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Cataracts are a reasonably common vision problem that can develop in horses.  The problem occurs in the lens of the eye, where an opaque material forms, disturbing the horse's eye sight.  Typically, cataracts progress slowly, and if left untreated can lead to a form of glaucoma.

Cataract

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Description: Cataracts are a reasonably common vision problem that can develop in horses. The problem occurs in the lens of the eye, where an opaque material forms, disturbing the horse's eye sight. Typically, cataracts progress slowly, and if left untreated can lead to a form of glaucoma.

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