infantile cataract

in·fan·tile cat·a·ract

a cataract affecting a very young child.
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He told that the research reports of our faculty members have already been published in prominent international research journals were included on the topic of Biallelic loss-of-function variants in DNMBP cause infantile cataract and In-frame deletion of human ESPN is associated with deafness vesttibulopathy and vision impairment by Dr.
He told that the research reports of our faculty members have already been published in prominent international research journals were incuded on the topic of Biallelic loss-of-function variants in DNMBP cause infantile cataract and Inframe deletion of human ESPN is associated with deafness vesttibulopathy and vision impairment by Dr.
Birth prevalence of visually significant infantile cataract in a defined U.S.
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Descriptive epidemiology of infantile cataracts in metropolitan Atlanta, GA, 1968-1998.
Management of infantile cataracts: surgical techniques and choices in lens implantation.
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