A cataract is a painless, cloudy area in the lens of the eye that blocks the passage of light to the retina. The retina is the nerve layer at the back of the eye. The nerve cells in the retina detect light entering the eye and send nerve signals to the brain about what the eye sees. Because cataracts block this light, they can cause vision problems.
|Below is a list of physicians that are generally associated with this service or condition. Please call the physician's office to determine whether they are the appropriate physician you are looking for; many physicians specialize in certain areas.|
|Profile||Full name||Specialty||City||Phone number||View|
|Ewing-Chow, David A. MD||Ophthalmology||Watertown||(315) 788-0022||View|
|Koloms, Debra MD||Ophthalmology||Watertown||(315) 788-6070||View|
|Sanni, Noaman MD||Ophthalmology||Watertown||(315) 788-6070||View|
|Crane, William G. DO||Ophthalmology||Watertown||(315) 788-6070||View|