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78 Possible Causes for Syneresis

  • Knobloch Syndrome Type 1

    We only mention the symptoms that differ from Wagner. erosive vitreoretinopathy 5q13.4 - erosion of retinal pigment epithelium - vitreous syneresis stickler syndrome type[] Signs Radial perivascular retinal degeneration in Stickler syndrome The most common ocular findings in Stickler syndrome are vitreous syneresis in a membranous or beaded configuration[] A conspicuous loss of retinal pigment epithelium and choriocapillaries is observed by fluorescein angiography. 19 The vitreous findings are marked syneresis with prominent[]

  • Wagner Disease

    ODS No RP, occluded vessels on papil, sheathing of vessels No W05-282P2 (M) Unknown 12 18 Mild posterior subcapsular cataract Syneresis No ?[] […] depolymerized The fluid is given by the depolymerization of hyaluronic acid which increases with age (after 80 years, more than half of the gel is fluidized) 2) Vitreous syneresis[] […] ridge temporal area (ODS), lattice degeneration and preretinal membrane (ODS) No W05-282P1 (F) Unknown 19 43 Anterior and posterior cortical cataract, sublaxation of lens Syneresis[]

  • Lactobacillus Casei

    Effect of prebiotics on syneresis of yogurts Whey separation (wheying-off or syneresis) is defined as the expulsion of whey from the yogurt’s protein matrix which then becomes[] More specifically the syneresis ranged from 33% to 40% during the 28 days of storage at 4 o C.[] Syneresis of yogurts 50mL of unstirred yogurt spread evenly on a Whatman No. 1 filter paper in a funnel.[]

  • Dorzolamide

    The early onset of bullous schisis cavities in our patient was an indication of early and severe vitreous degeneration (syneresis).[]

  • Solanum

    Syneresis capacity and speed Coagulum prepared from Rhus natalensis had the highest (88%) and that of Ficus carica latex had the lowest (64%) syneresis capacities (Table 2[] Determination of syneresis capacity and speed Syneresis, according to Scherer (1989), is defined as spontaneous contraction of a gel, accompanied by expulsion of liquid from[] On the other hand, while the syneresis capacity of curd using rennet and solanum incanum juices were comparable, Ficus carica latex appeared to show a much lower syneresis[]

  • Retinal Hemorrhage

    Normally the gel is only loosely adherent to the retina and shifts gently away during age-induced degeneration (also called syneresis).[]

  • Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia Congenita

    Vitreoretinal degeneration was encountered in six patients with high myopia, and vitreous syneresis was present in all patients.[]

  • Asteroid Hyalosis

    Neither asteroid hyalosis nor syneresis cause any significant impairment of vision.[] Komatsu found that as we age, the collagen in vitreous fibrils starts to degenerate, which causes the fibrils to clump together (syneresis) and develop a negative charge.[] Over half of humanity eventually develops an eye floater, syneresis or PVD.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Myopia 17

    . • Vitreous syneresis, rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, and glaucoma. INTRODUCTION Myopia is a common optical aberration.[] Among the other serious complications of progressive myopia are vitreous syneresis and rhegmatogenous retinal detachment that results from peripheral tears.[] Vitreous syneresis and posterior vitreous detachment are more common and occur at an earlier age among high myopes than among others[13] ; usually they are not accompanied[]

  • Glucomannan

    Addition of KGM had no positive effects on the water-holding capacity, but led to a decrease in syneresis and spontaneous whey separation in LFKGM and SKKGM compared with[]

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