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Another senior was offered an appointment at night but cannot drive in the dark because of cataracts.
She has made an appointment for cataract surgery, and he has scheduled a colonoscopy and hopes to do the same for a dental visit.
Studies have shown that it can, over time, cause skin cancer and cataracts.
A vast mountain of green water lifted up its bulk and fell upon us in a ravening cataract.
It was not a sea that came away; it was a mere enormous cataract that poured on irresistibly.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
Even as he spoke the dull growl of a cataract was heard, and, a few minutes later, the party came upon the ford of the river.
HUNTED AND HARRIEDR.M. BALLANTYNE
The Baron de Wentzel was the most famous oculist of the day, and the discoverer of operations for cataract.
See, Wharton, there is a man crossing in the very eddies of the cataract, and in a skiff no bigger than an egg-shell.
THE SPYJ. FENIMORE COOPER
Not a drop of rain fell in the river; the immense façade opposite them was as dry as a skull; yet here was this muddy cataract.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
I went up in this boat, one morning, and the trip afforded me one of the finest views I had of this inimitable cataract.

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