progressive cataract

pro·gress·ive cat·a·ract

a cataract in which the opacification process progresses to involve the entire lens.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

pro·gress·ive cat·a·ract

(prŏ-gres'iv kat'ăr-akt)
A cataract in which the opacification process progresses to involve the entire lens.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Here, we report a case of rapidly progressive cataract in idiopathic hypo parathyroidism in a female patient aged 20 years.
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A YOU can do the operation any time once you have established he has progressive cataracts. There are a few points to consider before you put him through a big operation.

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