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Introduction. Depression is a chronic and often recurrent psychiatric disorder among older people, and its association with cataracts has not been well defined. Several studies have shown that depression is a prevalent mental health problem in ophthalmological practice and is often unrecognized or untreated. A systematic review was conducted to investigate the prevalence of depression in patients with visual impairment in cataracts.Methods. A literature search was performed on PubMed anddoi:10.37275/sjo.v5i1.63 fatcat:zyi2yvmknrdypdg5msmhmw5gjq