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47 Possible Causes for Intumescent Cataract

  • Traumatic Cataract

    We noticed markedly enlarged corneas and deepened anterior chambers of his both eyes, accompanied by intumescent, white cataract of the right eye, and incipient cortical cataract[journals.lww.com] cataract.[crstoday.com] Based on medical history and the clinical picture, complicated intumescent cataract of the right eye, initial cortical and posterior capsular cataract of the left eye as well[journals.lww.com]

  • Acute Endophthalmitis

    There was intumescent cataract and hazy view of vitreous and retina.[pubs.sciepub.com]

  • Disorder of the Lens

    cataract ) leading to increase IOP.[slideshare.net] […] the cortex and therefore iris shadow is present Progressive sometimes rapid hydration of the cortical layers may cause swelling of the lens, thus making the AC shallow ( intumescent[slideshare.net]

  • Cataract

    Results of our study in 3 cataract cases (intumescent cataract, morgagnian cataract, and cataract with small pupil) revealed that the precision pulse capsulotomy technology[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] References: [4] [1] [5] [6] Subtypes and variants There are different stages of senile cataract : Incipient cataract Intumescent cataract Immature cataract Mature/hypermature[amboss.com] […] year old male Cortical cataract of a 60 year old male Retroillumination of cortical cataract Posterior subcapsular cataract of a 16 year old girl with IDDM Intumescent cataract[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Secondary Glaucoma

    cataract.[jcor.in] Fig. 8.6 Acute angle closure due to an intumescent cataractous lens.[clinicalgate.com] A large cataract (intumescent lens) can cause pupillary block and angle closure (phacomorphic glaucoma).[philippineglaucomasociety.com]

  • Alcohol Consumption

    Rapid progression of cataract to intumescent stage warranted sequential cataract surgeries 1 and 2 months after first presentation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Examination showed bilateral central corneal epithelial defects, 3 stromal edema, and cortical cataracts.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Posterior Synechiae

    PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS Pupillary block can be relative, as in phacomorphic glaucoma, where a large or intumescent cataract pushes the iris forward, closing the angle[glaucomatoday.com]

  • Atopic Cataract

    PHACOEMULSIFICATION OF POSTERIOR POLAR CATARACT PERSONAL TECHNIQUE POSTERIOR POLAR CATARACT PHACOEMULSIFIATION IN EYES WITH A SHALLOW ANTERIOR CHAMBER INTUMESCENT CATARACT[books.google.com] ( incipient cataract ) an incomplete cataract; the lens is only slightly opaque and the cortex clear. intumescent cataract a mature cataract that progresses; the lens becomes[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] cataracts.[escrs.org]

  • Toxic Cataract

    MATURITY: 1.INTUMESCENT CATARACT 2.IMMATURE CATARCT 3.MATURE CATARACT 4.HYPERMATURE CATARACT 5.MORGAGNIAN CATARCT 21. MATURE AND IMMATURE CATARACT 22.[slideshare.net] CONGENITAL CATARACT 19. INFANTILE AND JUVINILE CATARACT 20.[slideshare.net] . - POSTERIOR SUBCAPSULAR CATARACT -CORTICAL CATARACT -NUCLEAR CATARACT -MATURE CATARACT 17. AGE OF ONSET: 1.CONGENITAL 2.INFANTILE 3.JUVINILE 4.PRE-SENILE 5.SENILE 18.[slideshare.net]

  • Cataract 21, multiple Types

    References: [4] [1] [5] [6] Subtypes and variants There are different stages of senile cataract : Incipient cataract Intumescent cataract Immature cataract Mature/hypermature[amboss.com] Intumescent cataracts were very frequent in patients over 50 years old. 4. Aetiology Identification of aetiological factors for cataracts is very difficult.[cehjournal.org] […] year old male Cortical cataract of a 60 year old male Retroillumination of cortical cataract Posterior subcapsular cataract of a 16 year old girl with IDDM Intumescent cataract[en.wikipedia.org]

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