cataractous


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Related to cataractous: intumescent cataract, brunescent cataract

cat·a·rac·tous

(kat'ă-rak'tŭs),
Relating to a cataract.

cat·a·rac·tous

(kat'ă-rak'tŭs)
Relating to a cataract.
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In this study, we evaluated AGE immunoreactivity in human diabetic (n=14) and nondiabetic (n=31) cataractous lenses in relation to high-molecular-weight (HMW) protein content, which is believed to contribute to the onset of cataract.
35) Cataractous lenses in the experimental animals shown depletion of GSH levels.
Numerous studies of human cataractous lenses confirmed extensive oxidative damage of mtDNA and membrane pumps of lens cells, as well as increased unscheduled expression of genes stimulated by excessive ROS production.
Chronic renal failure (often in patients undergoing dialysis) has been associated with cataractous changes, and this may be related to a lowering of the serum calcium Cataract is a well-known complication of hypo parathyroidism but it is rarely presented in patients.
It is reported that Cu and other metals were increased significantly in a cataractous human lens due to cigarette smoking [11].
However, in many situations it would be incredible advantageous to actually see through a cataractous eye.
The company added that the fragmentation procedure follows a capsulotomy and uses the femtosecond laser to split the cataractous lens into sections.
2007), since no topical, systemic or intraocular therapy is able to furnish reproducible satisfactory results that impairs cataract progression or results on the absorption of the cataractous lens (CROIX, 2008).
In the cataractous lens local refractive changes cause increase in HO aberration.
Blood and lipid peroxidation and antioxidant status in normal individuals, senile and diabetic cataractous patients.