zonular


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zo·nu·lar

(zō'nyū-lăr, zon'ū-),
Relating to a zonula.

zo·nu·lar

(zō'nyū-lăr)
Relating to a zonula.
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Zonular and lenticular pigmentation were strong evidence for diagnosis of PDS/PG in that they were demonstrating the existence of irido-zonular rubbing, cause of pigment dispersion.
Implantation of traditional CTR in children with extensive zonular dialysis was not recommended due to significant postoperative problems.
Few cases of Striate Keratitis, posterior chamber opacity, intraocular lense displacement and zonular dehiscence were reported.
The patient underwent phacoemulsification under general anesthesia, but an IOL could not be implanted because of small capsular bag and weak zonular support.
Eyes with pseudoexfoliation have a greater frequency of complications at the time of cataract extraction, such as zonular dialysis, capsular rupture and vitreous loss.
They are classified as noncystic, cystic, or zonular traction.
In the presence of exfoliation, spontaneous partial or complete zonular dialysis may occur after cataract surgery.
The surgeon can simply ignore the tunnel corneal width, pupil size, capsular rim width and perform the manoeuvers of aspiration at 12 o'clock without side port, but this may result in inadvertant complications like zonular damage, vitreous disturbance, and retained lens matter at superior part thereby difficulty in placing posterior chamber IOL.
This is due to iris proximity and consequential mechanical action against the zonular fibres in these individuals.
He observed that for focusing on near objects, the contraction of the ciliary muscle allows a relaxation of the zonular fibres and consequently, a bulging of the crystalline lens.
Patients were selected randomly from the outpatient clinic with no specific criteria in terms of case difficulty excluding traumatic cases, patients with zonular dehiscence and cases necessitating combined procedures.