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94 Possible Causes for No Cataracts, Slit-Lamp Test Abnormal

  • Uveitis

    KEYWORDS: Cataracta complicata; cataract complications; cataract extraction; phacoemulsificationuveitis[] Future studies should improve postoperative outcomes in eyes with uveitis so that they approach those of eyes undergoing routine cataract procedures.[] All patients underwent cataract extraction and IOL implantation combined with MIVS.[]

  • Iritis

    The patient had chronic iritis and cataracts secondary to chronic iritis in both eyes.[] Severe iritis which occurs within the first five days after cataract extraction may be categorized as (1) bacterial endophthalmitis, (2) toxic iritis, or (3) aseptic iritis[] It was found that leprosy, particularly lepromatous disease, did not significantly decrease the age of formation of cataract.[]

  • Keratitis Bullosa

    Cornea and cataract. In: Emery, J.M.[] Documenta Ophthalmologica 50(2): 357-364 1981 Histological examination can differentiate between Fuchs' dystrophy of the cornea and the bullous keratopathy which occurs after cataract[] […] occur following cataract surgery ( Claesson 2009 ).[]

  • Keratitis

    All patients diagnosed with HSK had no previous clinical history of the infection before undergoing cataract surgery.[] Immature cataract with 1.43D against the rule astigmatism was noted. Prophylactic topical antibiotic was administered before surgery.[] A 65-year-old Middle Eastern man presented 2 months after uncomplicated femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) and AK with mildly decreased vision and corneal[]

  • Granulomatous Iritis

    Posterior subcapsular cataracts may be present if the patient has had repeated episodes of iritis or ongoing chronic inflammation.[] Associated ocular complications (eg, cataracts, corneal decompensation, glaucoma, chronic cystoid macular edema, hypotony, optic neuropathy) may result in severe vision loss[] Vision Visual acuity may range from normal to significantly reduced, depending on the extent of the ocular inflammation and complications such as cataract, glaucoma, and cystoid[]

  • Herpes Simplex Keratoconjunctivitis

    […] clinical practice, including chapters on drugs used to treat eyelid disorders, lacrimal diseases, conjunctiva diseases, corneal diseases, allergies, uveitis, postoperative cataract[] CASE PRESENTATION A 60-year-old male presents with a significant nuclear sclerotic cataract.[] Congenital cataract Childhood cataract Aphakia Ectopia lentis Retina Retinitis Chorioretinitis Cytomegalovirus retinitis Retinal detachment Retinoschisis Ocular ischemic[]

  • Acanthamoeba Keratitis

    Two cases of acanthamoeba keratitis with almost identical clinical courses developed mature cataract and iris atrophy after prolonged treatment with chlorhexidine 0.02% and[] A 45-year-old woman with contact lens-related bilateral Acanthamoeba keratitis developed corneal ulcer, corneal perforation, and mature cataract in the left eye, which was[] In the mean time progression of the disease led to a cloudy cornea with a stromal ring infiltrate, poor vision, elevated intraocular pressure, a mature cataract and finally[]

  • Interstitial Keratitis

    A slit-lamp examination is essential. Recent work has suggested that high-resolution MRI and antibodies to inner ear antigens may be helpful.[] Bullous keratopathy developed after intracapsular cataract extraction, and a keratoplasty was performed.[] Congenital syphilitic keratitis is usually treated with topical steroids and cycloplegic drugs, which not only can be ineffective but can also lead to complications such as cataract[]

  • Exposure Keratitis

    Long-term exposure to even small amounts of UV radiation can increase the risks of developing a cataract.[] He is a trained cornea specialist performing procedures such as LASIK, PRK, ICLs, INTACS for keratoconus, corneal transplants, DSAEK and DMEK techniques, and cataract surgery[] The risks of developing cataracts or macular degeneration increase the longer one is exposed to solar UV rays.[]

  • Phlyctenular Keratoconjunctivitis

    […] is white, then reduce gradually to one a day, then to alternate days or even every third day; increase again if red keep a diary as to how much used..dexamethasone causes cataracts[] Syndromes and diseases associated with exophthalmos, ptosis, strabismus, nystagmus, glaucoma, cataracts, uveitis and optic atrophy are discussed in detail.[] […] become steroid dependent, topical cyclosporine A is an effective treatment option. [17] The use of cyclosporine A may reduce the sequelae of long term steroid use such as cataracts[]

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