lens tissue

lens tissue

[′lenz ‚tish·ü]
(materials)
Specially prepared paperlike material for cleaning lenses.
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In the present study, the expression of LSS, the key enzyme in the synthesis of lanosterol, in the human lens tissue was measured and the relationship between lanosterol, LSS level, and opaque degree was analyzed.
In some cases, lens tissue is left behind to support the IOL, and this tissue can become cloudy over time, forming an "after-cataract." This can be permanently corrected with a laser treatment.
Similar results were seen when the compound was tested on human cataractous lens tissue, removed during surgery.
Similar results were seen when compound 29 eye drops were applied in mice that naturally developed age-related cataracts, and also when the compound was applied to human lens tissue affected by cataracts that had been removed during surgery.
Lens tissue or a tech wipe folded into a rectangle or triangle works for cleaning around the edges, without catching.
Broadband coherent signal, backscattered from the lens tissue was used for the estimation of ultrasound attenuation coefficient and early detection of cataract and classification the stage of desease in to three classes.
Moisten the lens tissue with the cleaning solution, and dab it in the middle of the lens.
The company's Fox tissue division offers a variety of converting and packaging services for private label facial and lens tissue products, which are widely used in the healthcare market sector.
Recent data indicate that conversion factors for the speed of sound waves through lens tissue are needed to accurately perform comparative quantitative A-mode ultrasound studies (GORIG et al., 2006).
Similarly, the title of Yanher 12850, 20 1 1--an illuminated fluorescent light positioned at the base of a wall next to a vintage pressed-tin tile and a host of other props including "Cinegels," lens tissue paper, and colored plastic--has a geopolitical association: It is taken from the name of a Costa Rican company that produces packaging for bananas and other produce.
But surgeons used a laser to create micro-pulses beneath the surface of the cornea, shaping her lens tissue, with the excess removed via a 3mm tunnel.
This shape-changing strategy is somewhat similar to the way muscles in the human eye change the shape of the lens tissue in order to focus.