LUV[sic]

luv is hard
           in the eye a clouding
           of the lens leading
to a decrease
   a dip in a misty pool
            usual onset: gradual
luv is trouble
   sleeping at night
   with bright lights
   halos surrounding lights
luv is complications:
   falling, depression,
   blindness
luv is trauma
luv is ageing
luv is radiation exposure
 a risk factor prolonged
       exposure 
               prolonged
       exposure to sunlight alcohol
luv is trouble
    driving, reading, or recognising
             faces clumps of protein
 remove the clouds and replace
                 with artifice 
the only effective treatment
luv is causing problems
luv is not
    readily available
luv is especially true
for women
         those living in rural areas
and those who do not know how
  to read
luv is usually complaining
  of glare
luv is degrading
   and denaturing over time
acceleration: the environment
              toxins, radiation, ultraviolet lights
luv is trauma 
    swelling, thickening, a whitening
  of the fibres
    swelling then whitening
                obstructing
        light from reaching
luv is an electrical injury
luv is blunt
a change in heat, the mechanism
    is unclear
direct damage from pressure
                   waves
luv is the aqueous humour
luv is slippery
    electric and heat
    denature and whiten
luv is cooking an egg
    making the clear albumen
    become white and opaque
luv is a glassblower
  a furnace
              worker
luv is a laser
       known to damage the eyes
and skin
    skinning, deskinning, a peeling
  a ripening of the lens
luv is a trend
in some developed countries
which may lead to disappointing results
               the eye is numbed
       ultrasonic energy
luv is emulsifying
  paralysis of the eye muscles
       to break up
and emulsify to liquid 
   from ultrasound waves
       the soft outer layer sucked
away or aspirated
        removed and replaced
luv is fluid
        injected salt water into
               wounds
    swell and seal
luv can be useful 
when dealing with very hard
             or other situations
luv is problematic
luv is self-sealing
       a tunnel wound 
ideally water 
             tight
luv is suturing and small
    is increasingly popular
       rarely performed a high rate
  of complications
luv is a capsule
         pressure applied to the membrane
usually short
             move cautiously avoid straining
        or heavy lifting
    serious complications: detachment
a sudden decrease often
         describing pain blurring
         vision flames
    of light or floating
         spots excessive inflammation
persistent swelling
at the front of the eye or the back
    of the eye blurred
    or foggy
luv usually improves with
            time and with
       application
luv is a drop
a condition, deteriorating
         vision or problems with
            glare and light
         scattering   
luv is a thickening
of the back a growth
luv is natural
    and younger and greater 
             beams of energy falling
       harmless
    to the bottom of 
       the inside of
       the eye
luv is leaving
    to hold in place removing
       enough
    to allow light
    to pass directly
    to strike, dash
luv is rapidly running water
               turning white
luv is a waterfall
       downrushing
       a portcullis an obstruction
descent of the water
       an outpouring
luv is unknown
and it is unknown
    if this procedure would work
in adults
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