aphakia


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aphakia

[ə′fāk· ē·ə]
(medicine)
Absence of the lens of the eye.
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[18] illustrated the association of occlusion throughout the preschool years with improved visual acuity using the date from Infant Aphakia Treatment Study (IATS).
Urminsky J clinical Results of the aphakia correction by means of secondary implantation of the iris-fixated ACIOL Ophthal 2007: 63: 285-91.
Scleral fixation of IOL in the posterior chamber is the current procedure of choice for surgical rehabilitation of aphakia in the absence of adequate capsular support [1-8].
The age at surgery for the aphakia group was 14 [+ or -] 24 months (mean [+ or -] SD), and their prevalence of aphakic glaucoma was observed to be 5.8% [19].
Bartz-Schmidt, "A new technique for treating posttraumatic aniridia with aphakia: first results of haptic fixation of a foldable intraocular lens on a foldable and custom-tailored iris prosthesis," Archives of Ophthalmology, vol.
Sopportabilita' di lenti acriliche in camera anteriore nella afachia e nei vizi di refrazione {Tolerance of acrylic lenses in the anterior chamber in aphakia and refraction disorders}.
In summary, our results for the surgical treatment of aphakia after a one-time PK and lens removal show that there is no one-size-fits-all surgical approach.
Intraocular pressure and the corneal endothelium after Nd: YAG laser posterior capsulotomy, Relative effects of aphakia and pseudophakia.
However, caution is needed because post-operative care is complex and aphakia may be an inadvertent switch from deprivational to anisometropic amblyogenesis.
The ophthalmological examination of the same eye revealed aphakia, clear vitreous, 20 mmHg of IOP and no retinal detachment.
Klein et al., "Eye diseases prevalence research, prevalence of cataract and pseudophakia/ aphakia among adults in the United States," Archives of Ophthalmology, vol.