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809 Possible Causes for Cortical Cataract

  • Cataract

    This is because cortical cataracts are well tolerated and frequently require no treatment at all.[] RR: 0.75; 95 % CI: 0.65, 0.85), but not for cortical cataract (RR: 0.85; 95 % CI: 0.53, 1.17) and for posterior subcapsular cataract (RR: 0.77; 95 % CI: 0.40, 1.13).[] The three common types of cataract are nuclear sclerotic cataracts, cortical cataracts, and posterior subcapsular cataracts.[]

  • Intumescent Cataract

    Cataract White Cortical Cataract – Spoking White Cortical Cataract – Spoking Clefting Clefting Cortico-capsular Adhesions Cortico-capsular Adhesions 3 INTUMESCENT MATURE[] […] in cases of deep cortical cataracts, it is postulated that the enzymes from the lens probably leak out due to the destruction of superficial cortical fibres.[] This stage of cataract potentially lies between the immature cortical cataract and the mature corticonuclear cataract.[]

  • Posterior Subcapsular Cataract

    PURPOSE: To investigate risk factors for nuclear, cortical and posterior subcapsular age-related cataract.[] CONCLUSIONS: This study is consistent with a significant genetic effect for age-related cortical cataract but not PSC.[] PURPOSE: To compare two methods of cataract grading for nuclear cataract, cortical cataract and posterior subcapsular cataract.[]

  • Coronary Cataract

    […] combined form cataract Congenital combined form cataract, both eyes Congenital cortical cataract of bilateral eyes Congenital cortical cataract of left eye Congenital cortical[] Most common cataract opacity 2 types of Cortical Cataract (2 others as well) Cuneiform and Coronary.[] Shown are four forms of cataract: 1. cortical cataract (cataracta corticalis), 2. nuclear cataract (cataracta nuclearis), 3. posterior polar cataract (cataracta polaris posterior[]

  • Early-Onset Nuclear Cataract

    […] with cortical cataract) appears to have been lost in these data.[] Photo of an eye with a cortical cataract.[] Cortical cataract This type of cataract starts at the periphery and then moves into the center.[]

  • Lamellar Cataract

    2012 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 366.03 Cortical, lamellar, or zonular cataract Short description: Cortical cataract.[] Cortical cataracts Cortical cataracts are often wedge-shaped in appearance and located in the inferior or nasal aspect of the lens.[] PSC with nuclear changes & cortical spokes of cataract) Anterior cortical cataract Anterior polar cataract Anterior subcapsular cataract Slit lamp photo of Posterior capsular[]

  • Early-Onset Anterior Polar Cataract

    Cataracts can be categorized according to where they form, as follows: Anterior cortical cataract Posterior cortical cataract Anterior polar cataract Posterior polar cataract[] […] to treat uveitis May progress rapidly to a mature cataract Pertinent clinical features Central opacity of the posterior cortical fibers Cortical cataract Posterior synechiae[] More common in younger patients than nuclear sclerotic and cortical cataracts.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy and Cataract

    cataract.[] […] deformity [ more ] 0001172 Absent Achilles reflex Absent ankle reflexes 0003438 Anterior cortical cataract 0007795 Anterior subcapsular cataract 0010923 Blindness 0000618[] cataract 0010924 Postural tremor 0002174 Unsteady gait Unsteady walk 0002317 5%-29% of people have these symptoms Abnormality of the thumb Abnormality of the thumbs Thumb[]

  • Anterior Polar Cataract

    […] age-related cataracts, including nuclear and cortical cataracts.[] Posterior subcapsular and anterior polar cataracts are often seen in patients younger than those presenting with nuclear, cortical, or mixed cataracts.[] […] senile cataract 366.13 Anterior subcapsular polar senile cataract 366.14 Posterior subcapsular polar senile cataract 366.15 Cortical senile cataract 366.16 Senile nuclear[]

  • Glassblower's Cataract

    Epidemiological studies suggest a dose-dependent association between short wavelength UVR and cortical cataract.[] Localization of cortical cataract in subjects of diverse races and latitude. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2003; 44 (10): 4210–4214. 10. Michael R, Söderberg PG, Chen E.[] Cataracts can be categorized according to where they form, as follows: Anterior cortical cataract Posterior cortical cataract Anterior polar cataract Posterior polar cataract[]

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