What can patients expect from cataract surgery?

@article{Bollinger2008WhatCP,
  title={What can patients expect from cataract surgery?},
  author={K. Bollinger and R. Langston},
  journal={Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={75 3},
  pages={
          193-6, 199-200
        }
}
Cataract surgery has evolved into an outpatient procedure that requires minimal anesthesia and significantly improves visual function for about 90% of patients. With the help of their primary care physician and ophthalmologist, patients can decide when cataract surgery is appropriate for them. In addition, patients may have a choice about the type of synthetic lens implant that fits their visual needs. 
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