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Bilateral electrical cataract
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  1. USHA K RAINA,
  2. DEVEN TULI
  1. Guru Nanak Eye Center, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, India
  1. Dr Usha K Raina, 427 Hawa Singh Block, Asiad Village Complex, New Delhi-110 049, India.

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Editor,—Electric trauma is not uncommon in India where majority of the population lives in the rural setting. Few cases of electric cataract have been reported in literature probably because few patients survive the high voltage of current that induces cataract formation. Most patients with electric cataract have no subjective complaints early on but become aware of the reducing visual function several months later.1

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