CATARATA CONGENITA PDF

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Las semillas de girasol, las almendras y las espinacas son una buena fuente de vitamina E. Otro paso que se puede dar para reducir el riesgo de cataratas es utilizar gafas de sol protectoras, que bloqueen el por ciento de los rayos UV del sol cuando la persona se encuentra al aire libre.

Se establecieron fuertes correlaciones entre el riesgo de desarrollo de cataratas y el tipo de dieta. El estudio no contesta todas las preguntas.

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Y tal vez esos vegetales aportan los nutrientes capaces de reducir el riesgo al desarrollo de cataratas. Optometry and Vision Science.

Diet, vegetarianism, and cataract risk. Prevalence and risk factors for cataract in diabetes: Hormone replacement therapy in relation to risk of cataract extraction: A prospective study of women. Dietary carotenoids, vitamins C and E, and risk of cataract in women: Alcohol consumption and risk of cataract extraction: Prospective study of dietary fat and risk of cataract extraction among U.

Conngenita Journal of Epidemiology. Diabetes, hypertension, and central obesity as cataract risk factors in a black population: The Barbados Eye Study. Sunlight exposure and risk of lens opacities in a population-based study: The Salisbury Eye Evaluation Project.

Cataratas: 3 Tipos muy comunes, causas, síntomas y tratamientos

A prospective study of alcohol consumption and risk of cataract. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Risk factors for cataract.

Ultraviolet light exposure and risk of posterior subcapsular cataracts. Effect of ultraviolet radiation on cataract formation. The New England Journal of Medicine.