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What commonly causes foggy vision in sunlight?

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Dr. David Kira
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Dry eye cataracts

Anything which compromises the visual system of the eye may induce fog and glare.
Most commonly, the culprits are dry eyes and cataract formation (haziness of the lens).

In brief: Dry eye cataracts

Anything which compromises the visual system of the eye may induce fog and glare.
Most commonly, the culprits are dry eyes and cataract formation (haziness of the lens).
Dr. David Kira
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Dr. Theodore Wu
Ophthalmology

In brief: Foggy

Foggy vision may be caused by glare, incorrect glasses prescription, cataract, corneal edema, glaucoma (untreated), iritis, allergies, trauma, corneal abrasion, dry eye.
If your symptoms are persistent, seek care from your local ophthalmologist.

In brief: Foggy

Foggy vision may be caused by glare, incorrect glasses prescription, cataract, corneal edema, glaucoma (untreated), iritis, allergies, trauma, corneal abrasion, dry eye.
If your symptoms are persistent, seek care from your local ophthalmologist.
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