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resembling a capsule

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After taking permission from hospital ethical committee, patients fulfilling the inclusion criteria (Individuals between 50-70 years of age irrespective of gender having posterior capsular opacification diagnosed on slit lamp examination and more than six month's follow-up after cataract surgery) and exclusion criteria (cases of glaucoma, IOL implant in traumatic cataract, combined procedure, diabetic retinopathy or any other retinal disease and postoperative complications such as endophthalmitis) were selected.
2%) eyes had posterior capsular opacification (PCO) which is a long-term complication.
Few changes in capsular trabecular were observed at 80 g/kg dose as shown in Table 3.
Keywords: Uveal biocompatibility, capsular biocompatibility, cataract surgery, hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lens, hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens
We examined capsular expression by serogrouping and found 32 (62%) of the MenW isolates expressed the W capsular polysaccharide.
It works on the principle of a Galilean telescope, whereby two hydrophobic acrylic IOLs are injected into the capsular bag and the sulcus, respectively (see Figure 2).
corneal oedema, pupillary capture, decentration, iris chaffing, posterior synechiae and posterior capsular opacification (PCO).
The capsular polysaccharides of pneumococci have been shown to be essential for their virulence [3].
Owing to persistent instability, an open inferior capsular shift was performed in 2014.
Method: We performed anterior capsular vitreorhexis, lens matter aspiration (LMA), primary posterior vitrectorhexis and anterior vitrectomy via corneal approach using 20 gauge vitrectomy system in children younger than two years of age with congenital cataract between January 2014 to December 2014.
The most common postoperative ocular abnormalities included posterior capsular opacity (4/18 eyes, 22.
Surgical interventions, such as arthroscopic capsular release, have provided good results; therefore, joint capsulitis with both thickening and tightening has been considered to be one of the main pathologies of the disorder.
Capsular polysaccharide (CPS) antigens in GBS have been studied extensively and are important antigenic markers.
By that point there's more chance of the implant hardening (see capsular contracture box, below), or the shell of the implant rupturing.