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cap·su·lar

(kap'sū-lăr),
Relating to any capsule.

capsular

[kap′sələr]
Etymology: L, capsula, little box
pertaining to or resembling a small container.

cap·su·lar

(kap'sū-lăr)
Relating to any capsule.
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Posterior capsular opacification is one of the major complications after the extracapsular cataract extraction or phacoemulsification10.
Posterior capsular opacification: a problem reduced but not yet eradicated.
Few histopathological changes of thymus were also observed mild atrophy and capsular changes were observed at higher dose.
Ideally, a fully biocompatible IOL is expected to exhibit the following features: elicits no foreign-body reaction, is accepted by the surrounding tissues, has good compatibility with the capsular sac, and provides satisfactory vision over the lifetime of the patient without any further intervention.
Invasive meningococcal capsular group Y disease, England and Wales, 2007-2009.
Intraoperatively following cataract extraction, the high minus IOL implant is injected in to the capsular bag, after which the second IOL is injected and positioned in the sulcus.
4] Both the ciliary sulcus and the capsular bag are possible sites for implantation of a lens implant following a cataract surgery.
For use as vaccine antigens, capsular polysaccharides must fulfill requirements of purity, uniformity and an accurate molecular weight.
The pectoralis minor was elevated from the medial aspect of the coracoid, and the acromioclavicular (AC) ligament was incised at the level of the acromion to allow for adequate stump length to incorporate into the capsular repair.
6-8 "Vitrectorhexis" is the term used when anterior capsular opening is made with the help of vitrectomy cutter, it is best alternative to continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis in young children because of elasticity of capsule and high chances for capsulorhexis to extend.
Among the 13 articles, a total of nine factors were evaluated for their association with lymph node metastasis: sex, age, tumor size, multifocality, thyroid capsular invasion, lymphovascular invasion, extrathyroidal extension, nonincidental diagnosis, and the location of the primary tumor (table 1).
The fact that restriction of internal rotation in a neutral position is absent in patients with frozen shoulder implies no presence of posterior capsular tightness.