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97 Possible Causes for Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract

  • Posterior Subcapsular Cataract

    Types of cataracts Nuclear sclerotic cataracts Nuclear sclerotic cataracts are a normal part of aging, to some degree. This condition minimally interferes with vision.[belmarrahealth.com] There are actually three primary types of cataract related to age: Nuclear Sclerotic, Cortical, and Posterior Subcapsular; the most common of these three is Nuclear Sclerotic[healthstatus.com] There are three primary types of age-related cataracts: nuclear sclerotic , cortical , and posterior subcapsular .[visionaware.org]

  • Progressive Retinal Dystrophy due to Retinol Transport Defect

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  • Early-Onset Nuclear Cataract

    There are three primary types of age-related cataracts: nuclear sclerotic , cortical , and posterior subcapsular .[visionaware.org] There are actually three primary types of cataract related to age: Nuclear Sclerotic, Cortical, and Posterior Subcapsular; the most common of these three is Nuclear Sclerotic[healthstatus.com] Nuclear sclerotic cataract of a 70 years old male.Note anterior cortical area is clear and central nucleus is brown Nuclear sclerotic cataract of a 70 years old male (Diffuse[eyewiki.aao.org]

  • Cataract

    sclerotic cataract.[doi.org] There are three primary types of age-related cataracts: nuclear sclerotic , cortical , and posterior subcapsular .[visionaware.org] The three common types of cataract are nuclear sclerotic cataracts, cortical cataracts, and posterior subcapsular cataracts.[britannica.com]

  • Salzmann's Nodular Dystrophy

    Carlson Today’s patient presentation has Fuchs’ Corneal Dystrophy, a visually significant nuclear sclerotic cataract, an elevated Salzmann’s Nodule , and only has one eye.[alancarlsonmd.com] She was also diagnosed with nuclear sclerotic cataracts on the right greater than left eye.[webeye.ophth.uiowa.edu] The rest of the examination was within normal limits, aside from 1 to 2 nuclear sclerotic cataracts.[talravivmd.com]

  • Disorder of the Vitreous Body

    Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract This image represents the view through a "nuclear sclerotic" type of cataract.[richmondeye.com] VITREOUS LIQUEFACTION AND AGE-RELATED EYE DISEASE Recent research has indicated that vitreous liquefaction induces age-related nuclear sclerotic cataract, 2 which occurs as[retinatoday.com] Refractive Error:Astigmatism (Uncorrected View) Refractive Error:Astigmatism (Corrected View) Cataract Normal View Clear image of the Virginia Biotechnology Center in Richmond[richmondeye.com]

  • Early-Onset Anterior Polar Cataract

    Types of Cataracts Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract Characterized by opacification of the center of the lens (i.e. the nucleus, hence “nuclear sclerotic”).[optometrystudents.com] There are three primary types of age-related cataracts: nuclear sclerotic , cortical , and posterior subcapsular .[visionaware.org] People with nuclear sclerotic or brunescent cataracts often notice a reduction of vision.[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Lamellar Cataract

    Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract (most common) Cortical Cataract (spoke-like) (extremely common) Posterior Sub-Capsular Cataract (very common) Dense (traumatic) Cataract Lamellar[eastoneye.com] People with nuclear sclerotic or brunescent cataracts often notice a reduction of vision.[en.wikipedia.org] The mother (CSA131.04) had cortical and nuclear sclerotic cataracts with multiple cortical dots, while two other affected members (CSA131.01 and CSA131.02) had anterior cortical[g3journal.org]

  • Intumescent Cataract

    sclerotic cataracts, 34.8% had posterior subcapsular cataracts and 10.9% had intumescent cataracts. 41 eyes(89.1%) underwent phacoemulsification, while 10.9% underwent extracapsular[iovs.arvojournals.org] People with nuclear sclerotic or brunescent cataracts often notice a reduction of vision.[en.wikipedia.org] IRU). 3 eyes had corneal scarring secondary to limbal stem cell deficiency(n 2) and previous corneal abscess(n 1); 2 eyes had previous gonococcal conjunctivitis. 54.3% had nuclear[iovs.arvojournals.org]

  • Cerulean Cataract

    Tags Cerulean Optometry Cancel More information Nuclear sclerotic cataract Find this Pin and more on Cataract by Susannah Longmuir .[pinterest.co.kr] Types of Cataracts Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract Characterized by opacification of the center of the lens (i.e. the nucleus, hence “nuclear sclerotic”).[optometrystudents.com] Tags Eye Images Mirrors Eyes Illustration Style Windows Swag Mirror Human Eye Cancel More information Cerulean cataract Find this Pin and more on Eye Health by Wallingford[pinterest.co.kr]

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