cortical cataract


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a cataract that affects the lens cortex

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(6, 10) However, in our patient, the intralenticular cilium resulted in 2+ anterior chamber reaction and simple cortical cataract which was managed efficiently with eye-drops pre-operatively.
Abbreviations LSS: Lanosterol synthase ARC: Age-related cataract LC-MS: Liquid chromatograph-mass spectrometer ARCC: Age-related cortical cataract LECs: Lens epithelial cells ARNC: Age-related nuclear cataract ARPSC: Age-related posterior subcapsular cataract; SCR: Shumiya cataract rat LOCS II: Lens Opacities Classification System II UPLC: Ultra performance liquid chromatograph APCI: Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization source in position mode MRM: Multiple reaction monitoring ER: Endoplasmic reticulum.
Wong, "Image based diagnosis of cortical cataract," in International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society, pp.
Regarding the type of cataract, cortical cataract was most commonly seen in 50% cases followed by posterior subcapsular cataract in 28% cases.
Scores for cortical cataract and PSC were based on weighted estimates of the degree of opacity of the lens area, as defined by a circular grid, divided into eight pie-wedge shaped peripheral areas and a central circular area overlaid on the photograph (Klein et al., 1990).
It followed 2,119 patients, up to age 84, over 15 years and found that the use of medications that increase sun sensitivity, combined with exposure to sunlight, appeared to be associated with the risk of a particular type of age-related cataract called a cortical cataract (common among diabetics), in which clouding occurs first on the outer edges of the lenses.
1994 "Population-based casecontrol study of cortical cataract in the Noto area, Japan".
A number of epidemiological studies showed an increased risk of nuclear or cortical cataract in people with low blood levels of vitamin E.
Model of risk of cortical cataract in the US population with exposure to increased ultraviolet radiation due to stratospheric ozone depletion.
The LALES reported cortical cataract as the most common lens opacity found in their population.
Polymorphic glutathione Stransferases as genetic risk factors for senile cortical cataract in Estonians.
There was a focal cortical cataract in the right eye that was not visually significant.
AOR between the two groups (95% CI) was 4.40(4.11-4.71) (p 60 years where 16.4% non-diabetics develop cataract compared to 47% diabetics (Figure-1).Morphologically, cataract is classified into cortical, nuclear, and posterior sub-capsular on morphological appearance.21,22 In UK, cortical cataract is the most prevalent (63%) type, followed by nuclear (41%) and posterior sub capsular cataract (24%).23