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725 Possible Causes for Nuclear Cataract

  • Cataract

    cataract, and nuclear cataract specifically.[] An association of sun exposure with cortical cataract has been well established, but the association with nuclear cataract remains unclear.[] Determining how the eye is protected from nuclear cataracts should suggest treatments to reduce their incidence.[]

  • Coronary Cataract

    […] zonular cataract of right eye Congenital nuclear cataract Congenital nuclear cataract, both eyes Congenital posterior subcapsular polar cataract Congenital total or subtotal[] Shown are four forms of cataract: 1. cortical cataract (cataracta corticalis), 2. nuclear cataract (cataracta nuclearis), 3. posterior polar cataract (cataracta polaris posterior[] cataract Congenital zonular cataract Embryonal nuclear cataract L congenital cortical cataract L lamellar zonular cataract Left congenital anterior subcapsular polar cataract[]

  • Posterior Subcapsular Cataract

    PURPOSE: To investigate risk factors for nuclear, cortical and posterior subcapsular age-related cataract.[] […] and nuclear cataract.[] In this paper, results of one of these tests, the 'gap test', are compared in patients with posterior subcapsular (PSC) cataract versus nuclear cataract (NC).[]

  • Lamellar Cataract

    Total (mature) cataract: frequently bilateral and often begin as lamellar or nuclear 5.[] Nuclear cataract Brunescent cataracts are very advanced nuclear cataracts that are opaque and brown.[] To explore the relationship between nuclear cataracts and statin use, a group of researchers took a group of 1299 patients who were at risk of developing nuclear cataracts[]

  • Early-Onset Nuclear Cataract

    Homepage Rare diseases Search Search for a rare disease Early-onset nuclear cataract ORPHA:98991 Synonym(s): - Prevalence: - Inheritance: Autosomal dominant or Autosomal recessive[] Nuclear cataracts is the most common form of cataracts.[] […] with nuclear cataract of similar severity.[]

  • Early-Onset Anterior Polar Cataract

    A R37S Chinese Congenital nuclear cataract [ 26 ] 2011 c.110G C R37P Chinese Congenital nuclear cataract [ 27 ] 2011 c.127T C W43R Chinese Congenital nuclear cataract [ 28[] nuclear cataract, right eye H25.12 Age-related nuclear cataract, left eye H25.13 Age-related nuclear cataract, bilateral H25.2 Age-related cataract, morgagnian type Inclusion[] Nuclear cataract Nuclear cataracts are opacities that involve the center, or nucleus, of the lens.[]

  • Anterior Polar Cataract

    Nuclear cataracts The prevalence of definite nuclear cataract increased significantly with increasing age.[] […] 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[] cataract 366.03 - Cortical, lamellar, or zonular cataract 366.04 - Nuclear cataract 366.09 - Other and combined forms of nonsenile cataract Browse Medical Billing and Coding[]

  • Cerulean Cataract

    […] zonular cataract of right eye Congenital nuclear cataract Congenital nuclear cataract, both eyes Congenital posterior subcapsular polar cataract Congenital total or subtotal[] Previously, phenotypes of the cataract in the 9 families with MIP mutation included nuclear polymorphic and lamellar [ 23 ]; punctuate and lamellar [ 30 ]; nuclear punctuate[] Li Y, Wang J, Dong B, Man H: A novel connexin46 (GJA3) mutation in autosomal dominant congenital nuclear pulverulent cataract. Mol Vis 2004;10:668–671.[]

  • Coralliform Cataract

    This study focuses on two mouse cataract models of nuclear cataracts: coralliform cataract (Coc) is ?[] […] cortical cataract Matures hypermatures early senile immature nuclear cataract punctate cataract Lamellar /zonular/perinuclear Fusiform/spindle shaped/axial/coralliform Blue[] Nuclear cataract ( mature nuclear sclerosis ) - mature when entire nucleus is brown (brunescent) Nuclear cataract-nuclear sclerosis Nuclear cataract-nuclear sclerosis grading[]

  • Congenital Cataract

    Although congenital nuclear cataract can be caused by multiple factors, genetic mutation remains the most common cause.[] METHODS: An ADCC pedigree affected by nuclear cataract and 200 unrelated senile cataract controls were recruited and given comprehensive ophthalmic examination.[] Clinical heterogeneity was observed within this family, three affected individuals showed nuclear cataract and others had coralliform cataracts.[]

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