No. As cataract is the opacification of the natural lens in the eye, it cannot recur once the lens is being removed. If your vision becomes cloudy again after cataract surgery, you may have developed a condition called posterior capsule opacifiation (PCO) or secondary cataract. This occurs when the back of the lens capsule (part of the lens that was not removed during surgery and now supports the lens implant) becomes cloudy due to thickening of capsule or deposits.
PCO is treated with a fast and painless outpatient procedure called yttrium-aluminum-garnet (YAG) laser capsulotomy. In this procedure, a laser beam is used to remove the hazy posterior capsule from your line of sight. This allows the surgery to be performed without any incision and patients may go home after surgery without any dressing.
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