membranous cataract


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mem·bra·nous cat·a·ract

a secondary cataract composed of the remains of the thickened capsule and degenerated lens fibers.

mem·bra·nous cat·a·ract

(mem'bră-nŭs kat'ăr-akt)
A secondary cataract composed of the remains of the thickened capsule and degenerated lens fibers.
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Congenital membranous cataract is a rare type of cataract.
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