senile cataract


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senile cataract

[‚sē‚nīl ′kad·ə‚rakt]
(medicine)
The most common type of cataract; it occurs with aging, and progressively blurred vision is the only symptom.
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Exclusion criteria were hard brown cataract, cataracts other than senile cataract, patients with intraoperative and post-operative complications, systemic diseases and corneal pathology.
Most patients scheduled for senile cataract have one or more concomitant systemic diseases.
To date, there is no in vivo or in vitro experimental model that can simulate human senile cataract in terms of the time required and physiological concentrations of cataract inducers because this form of cataract develops over many decades period with more than a single causal factor.
22-23) Therefore, zinc supplementation may theoretically be beneficial for both prevention and treatment of senile cataract.
The most common pathologies in subjects not compliant with the BBCDL vision criteria were senile cataract (35.
Antioxidant status in persons with and without senile cataract.
At a later stage, when the cataract develops further, some time after the initial infrared exposure, the opacity becomes very difficult to distinguish between a classic senile cataract.
s study conducted among 451 individuals aged 50 or over with binocular B class driving licenses was that more than 1 in 5 older drivers were not in compliance with the binocular B class driving license criteria for vision, usually due to senile cataract, but that a large proportion of these individuals continued to drive.
17) specular microscopy was performed on 61 eyes with PEX syndrome and senile cataract and 356 eyes with only cataract in Paraguay.
Material and Method: 90 eyes of 70 patients who had undergone uneventful cataract surgery because of senile cataract were included in this prospective study.
A prospective study was conducted in 200 patients having senile cataract who underwent cataract extraction by manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (SICS) in Basaveshwar Teaching and General Hospital, Gulbarga, Karnataka, India with PCIOL implantation.
University of Health Sciences, Andhra Pradesh to determine the changes in lipid peroxidation and biochemical parameters in venous blood of diagnosed cases of senile cataract patients attending as the outdoor patients in the department of ophthalmology.