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cap·su·lar

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

cap·su·lar

(kap'sū-lăr)
Relating to any capsule.
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In studies performed, it was shown that complications of complications such as capsular contracture (1.3-15%) and worse cosmetic results and reconstruction after radiotherapy treatment have increased in patients with breast reconstruction with silicone implant (2, 3, 6-8).
Clinicaland pathological significance of the level and extent of capsular invasion in clinical stage T1-2 prostate cancer.
Management of these cataracts is slightly different from normal age related cataracts because of a number of limiting factors in terms of fibrosed conjunctiva, compromised corneal endothelium, poor pupillary dilatation, unusually deep anterior chamber, zonular weakness, pre-existing posterior capsular rent and retinal co-morbidities18.
16,18 Inflammatory response in infants is very intense and the visual axis obscurity by fibrous membranes proliferating on the intact anterior vitreous surface could take place.19 All patients had meticulous anterior vitrectomy after cataract removal to avoid posterior capsular opacification.
In phase I, a silica gel bag or a capsular bag made of polyester fabric is used to wrap and hang the bulged contents.
Phacoemulsification with posterior chamber intra ocular lens (PC IOL) implantation is a frequently performed surgical procedure for cataract and posterior capsular opacification (PCO) also known as after cataract is a most common late post-surgical complication1 with PC IOL implantation having an incidence of 20% to 40% five years postoperatively2 in adults and up to 100% in pediatric patients3.
The literature does not demonstrate one method to be superior to the other in terms of posterior capsular rupture rate.12.
Based on a diagnosis of thrombophlebitis of the right renal capsular vein, anticoagulant treatment (2000 IU subcutaneous enoxaparin twice per day) was started on the tenth day.
Usually, and noted in this system, PDTC will have "conventional diagnostic features for malignancy", that is, either capsular or vascular invasion.
[2] Posterior capsular opacification (PCO) is a common long-term complication of cataract surgery in extracapsular cataract extraction (ECCE).
However, a foldable IOL may not be appropriate for sulcus placement in aphakic eyes with an oversized residual capsular rim [1].