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American Academy of Optometry: Case Report 1 Capsular Block Syndrome Causing Reduced Vision Years After Cataract Surgery Candidate's Name, O.D Candidate's address Candidate's phone number Candidate's email Abstract: Late-postoperative capsular block syndrome is a treatable complication presenting months t Case Report DOI: 10.18231/2395-1451.2017.0028 Bilateral electric cataract: A rare case report Ashok Madan1,*, Mona Deshmukh2, Bhushan A. Chaukhe3 1Professor & HOD, 2Associate Professor, 3Junior Resident, Dept. of Ophthalmology, Govt. Medical College, Nagpur, Maharashtra *Corresponding Author: Email: dr.ashokmadan@gmail.com Abstract Electrical insults to the human body range from death to. CASE REPORT DIABETIC CATARACT and PRESBYOPIA. MARIA SUPRIYATI SINDE I11108059 Introduction Old age is accompanied by a number of. pathological eye conditions. Etiologically, the most common types of cataract are those associated with aging and diabetes

We report successful management of bilateral cataracts in a patient with JXG. Case Report. A 2-month-old girl was brought to us with haziness of both eyes for the past 20 days. She was a full-term baby delivered by cesarean section with a birth weight of 2.75 kg. Her antenatal period was uneventful Case Study 4. CC: Left eye pain and fuzzy vision 2 days after eye surgery. all. Patient Visit. HPI: The patient is a 69 year-old diabetic male, retired chemist, who awoke with severe eye pain and decreased vision in the L eye and presented to the ED a few hours later. His eye had been feeling well after undergoing cataract extraction surgery in. Case report on cataract 25 th Edition of World Congress of OPHTHALMOLOGISTS November 08-09, 2018 London, UK. Matias S Haffar. Hospital Santa Lucia-Buenos Aires, Argentina . ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Eye Cataract Surg DOI: 10.21767/2471-8300-C3-008 Abstrac AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY VOLUME 34 JUNE, 1951 NUMBER 6 ATOMIC-BOMB RADIATION CATARACT* CASE REPORT WITH HISTOPATHOLOGIC STUDY SAMUEL J. KIMURA, AND HIROSHI I K U I , M.D.* M.D.* San Francisco, California Fukuoka, Japan Radiation cataract is a late effect of the atomic bomb that has appeared among the more heavily irradiated survivors in Hiro shima City and Nagasaki City, Japan (Cogan.

Case Report. Combined cataract phacoemulsification and aniridia endocapsular rings implantation in a patient with bilateral congenital aniridia and cataract: A case report. Author links open overlay panel Roberto Gonzalez-Salinas a Fabiola Pena-Guani b. Show more. Share. Cite A bout 24.5 million people in the U.S. have cataracts, a vision-blurring cloudy spot on the lens of the eye.When you're young, the lens is clear, like a raw egg white, says Uday Devgan, M. The cataracts presenting with petaloid/rosette-shaped opacifications are typically seen in patients who have sustained blunt or penetrating physical trauma to the eye, and rarely due to electric shock, exposure to infrared energy or ionising radiation Case Study 9. CC: White pupils. all. Patient Visit. Patient History. HPI: The pediatrician was alarmed when he finally got a chance to evaluate the 2 hour-old newborn and was unable to get the usual red reflex in either eye with the indirect ophthalmoscope. The reflection in both eyes was grayish white It is well known in the literature that adult ptosis can be induced or worsen by cataract surgery even with modern sutureless clear cornea phacoemulsification. [1, 2, 3, 4,5,6,7,8] We are presenting this unusual case was the opposite. The ptosis resolved after cataract surgery. A possible effect from the successful management of dry eye disease before cataract surgery is explained

Rationale: The case with congenital macular coloboma and cataract was rarely reported, and the pathogenic gene of the disease is still not clear. Moreover, it is difficult to improve the visual acuity of the eye with this disease. Patient concerns: An 11-year-old boy presented low visual acuity and horizontal nystagmus in both eyes This case illustrates how a custom-designed aniseikonic prescription can relieve the asthenopic symptoms of a patient with aniseikonia in the absence of anisometropia after CE/PCIOL surgery. CASE REPORT(S). A 59-year-old physician presented with a larger image size noted out of his left eye 6 weeks following a CE/PCIOL procedure in the left eye Case Report: Cataract With Corneal Opacity. The stereo coaxial illumination and optics of the OPMI Lumera 700 facilitated excellent results in this case. Sri Ganesh, MBBS, MS, DNB. Phaco surgery can be challenging in eyes with reduced visualization due to media opacity such as corneal scar, dense cataract, or small pupil This case report suggested that retained lint, most often cotton fiber, which is introduced into the eye during cataract surgery, may be associated with postoperative intraocular inflammation. Therefore, measures should be taken before and during surgery to avoid the fibers entering the eye Case Report: Cataract Surgery. Cataract surgery restores the vision of an Appaloosa gelding but complications threaten to plunge him back into blindness. By Patty Latham, DVM for EQUUS magazine. The statuesque white gelding lowered his head and snuffled my hand and the bucket that held my vaccines, swabs and a weight tape

This case is particularly important to highlight the need for close monitoring of anterior polar cataracts and any subsequent changes to visual acuity. We believe our case is the first report of a spontaneous detachment of an anterior polar cataract, without any visually impairing effects or need for visual rehabilitation Case Report. A 68-year-old white male presents to the office complaining of decreased vision; Temporal history revealed a previous examination and new eyeglasses less than one year earlier that provides unsatisfactory vision; The patient has been told previously that he has cataracts and is now ready to consider cataract surgery

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  1. Case presentation: We report a case of recurrence of COFS3 syndrome within the same family, with similar diagnostic features. In the first case the COFS syndrome remained undiagnosed, while in the second case, due to prenatal findings of arthrogryposis and cataract, genetic investigation focusing on responsible genes of COFS (ERCC5, ERCC6 and.
  2. Case presentation. We report a case in which FLACS was used in a patient with previous PKP. Conclusion. This case supports the suggestion that the use of the femtosecond laser improves the surgical outcome of cataract surgery after PKP
  3. There are several case reports of lightning cataract in the literature. Grewal et al. described a dense cataract in one eye and the early, subclinical anterior subcapsular opacities developing in the other eye in a 22-year-old man after suffering an electric shock . These subclinical changes were only detectable by Pentacam's imaging
  4. This case report demonstrates that FLACS is a useful tool in selected patients with concurrent corneal opacity and traumatic cataract. Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) has been reported to reduce phacoemulsification time and energy compared to the manual phacoemulsification technique
  5. cataract surgery should be performed within the fi rst three months of life to prevent visual deprivation. This results in a decreased risk of developing strabismus and nystagmus but an increased possibility of developing glaucoma. Case Report: A 10 year-old male presented with a chief complaint of distance and near blur for the past 10 years
  6. A case of electrically induced cataract in both eyes in a 12-year-old boy, after a high-voltage electric shock, is reported. He sustained skin burns on the neck, chest, abdomen, and inner left arm. The cataract developed first in the left eye and later on in the right eye
  7. check-up is recommended for assessment of cataract. 2. The Case Report A female aged 34 year, was a known case of bipolar II disorder and reported to out-door patient Department of Psychiatry, Government Medical College, Rajindra Hospital, Patiala with symptoms of sadness of mood, lassitude, hypersomnia, hyperphagia and psychomoto

Case Report: Medicamentosa After Cataract Surgery. A 93-year-old gentleman presented with bilateral cataracts and corneal astigmatism. His BSCVA had gradually declined over the past decade from 20/20 OU to 20/50 OD and 20/40 OS pinholing to 20/30 OD and 20/25 OS. His manifest refraction was -3.00+4.25x10 OD and -2.25+3.75x175 OS The earliest reports were those of Reuss 1 in 1908, Göppert 2 in 1917 and Fanconi 3 in 1933. The first report in the American literature was by Mason and Turner 4 in 1935 View 280600920-Case-Report-Cataract.doc from OPTOMETRY OP111 at UCSI University, Cheras. UCSI UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, TERENGGANU CAMPUS OPHTHALMOLOGY POSTING HOSPITAL SULTANAH NU Kyphotic Patient Presents for Cataract Surgery: A Systems Based Case. Patient unable to assume typical supine position used for cataract surgery. Metastatic Choroidal Lesion: 61-year-old male presents with pain and blurry vision, right eye . Minocycline-Induced Hyperpigmentation. 69-year-old male complaining of chronic, progressive blue-black. Developmental cataract with partial aniridia or optical iridectomy? - A diagnostic dilemma ISSN - Print: 2772-3070, Online: 2772-3089. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology - Case Reports, a publication of All India Ophthalmological Society, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal. Features of Manuscript Management System.

Case report SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF BILATERAL HYPERMATURE CATARACT BY EXTRACAPSULAR CATARACT EXTRACTION (ECCE) METHOD USING OPERATING MICROSCOPE IN COCKER SPANIEL DOGS Munna Lal1, S.K. Jhirwal2, P. Bishnoi3, T.K. Gahlot4 and Krupa K. Soni5 1&5Teaching Associate, 2Assistant Professor & CO-PI, AINP-DIMSCA, 3Associate Professor & PI, AINP-DIMSCA Patient 1 was diagnosed as having cataract 18 years after the onset of episodic (and subsequently chronic) CH. Patient 2 began suffering from chronic CH at the age of 44 years and after 8 years he developed cataract. This is the first report of cataract in patient suffering of CH and occurring in the eye affected by the pain attack Guidelines on cataract surgery in haemophilia patients are lacking. To date, there are no reports on the use of or need for clotting factor cover during cataract surgery. 2,3 Case report A 60 year-old diabetic with severe haemophilia A (F VIII level <1iu/dl) was admitted in Al-Shifa Trust Eye Hospital, Rawalpindi for cataract surgery community-based case detection using the same cluster sampling procedure, examination and case definition as above. In Kenya, the first 50 patients (from a set date) attending the local hospital for cataract surgery and meeting the case definition, were also recruited for the study. Measuring visual acuity in Keny

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Literature search of the PubMed and MEDLINE databases showed one case report of rare association of RP with pseudoexfoliation glaucoma by Božić et al.17 Primary angle closure glaucoma with RP has also been reported in several case reports and case series.18 19 Nadeem et al20 reported a case of true exfoliation of the lens in a 73-year-old man. The aim of this paper is to present a herd case of con-genital cataracts and to discuss its potential causes. To the best of the authors' knowledge, this is the first report of congenital cataracts in the Ayrshire breed. Case presentation Herd description The herd investigated is a pedigree Ayrshire herd of 110 milking cows in Northern Ireland 380 Med Arh. 2013 Oct; 67(5): 378-380 • cAse repOrt Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome Without Cataract: Case Report From Kosova his front, which he had inadvertently been doing to protect the eyes. In conclusion, HSS is a rare disorder whose prognosis is not optimistic. It is important for ophthalmologists to dis CASE REPORT INTRODUCTION A healthy 30-year-old man was referred to our de- Anterior megalophthalmos is a rare bilateral here- partment because of the bilateral vision loss due to ad- ditary disorder in which megalocornea (defined as hor- vanced cataracts Cataract Case Report Session. Saturday 3 October 2020 Session Time: 12:00-12:45 Venue: Room 3; Endocapsular hematoma following combined phacoemulsification, endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation, and Kahook dual-blade goniotom

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Quetiapine Induced Cataract - A Rare Case Report. Rajnish Raj 1 Anuradha Raj 2, Raj Kumar 3. 1 Department of Psychiatry, Govt. Medical College & Rajindra Hospital, Patiala, INDIA. 2 Department of Ophthalmology, Himalayan Institutes of Medical Sciences, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, INDIA. 3 Department of Pharmacology, Guru Gobind Singh Medical College (Baba Farid University of Health Sciences. In this case report, we describe the histopathological changes in a 7 year-old naïve female cynomolgus monkey (M. fascicularis) with severe bilateral cataract. The cynomolgus monkey had been imported from China (Guangxi Grandforest Scientific Primate Co., Ltd., Guangxi, China) and used for breeding. All procedures involving the animal were. Staged Cataract Post Scar Removal: A Case Report. Figures etc. Figure 1: Vision improvement over staged surgery to 20/20 Patient went from 20/200 to 20/70 to 20/20 over the course of his staged procedure Download full-size - RATED BY 1 READER CONTRIBUTE RATING Here we report a case of an 11-yr-old boy with atopic dermatitis who had posterior capsular and posterior subcapsular type cataract formation in both eyes after herbal medications. To our knowledge, this is the first report of a patient with sudden aggravation of cataract formation after taking herbal medication without any evidence of. Case report Open Access Rabies prophylaxis after an animal attack that caused a ruptured eye and traumatic cataract: a case report Mike P Holzer1,2* and Kerry D Solomon1 Addresses: 1Storm Eye Institute, Medical University of South Carolina, Ashley Avenue, Charleston SC, 29425, USA 2Department of Ophthalmology, University of Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 400, 69120 Heidelberg, German

CASE REPORT Open Access Transient bilateral cataract during intensive glucose control: a case report Jung Hyun Park Abstract Background: Cataracts are generally known to occur in hyperglycemic conditions in diabetic patients. In this case, cataract occurred in the course of glucose level control in a patient who had been in a hyperglycemic state report, a case of cataract which developed rapidly and was associated with id - iopathic hypoparathyroidism in a 20- year-old female patient. The case is be-ing reported for its rarity and early diagnosis which was presented in a tertiary care hospital. For cases like these, prompt treatment is essential which ma Management of Traumatic Cataract with Posterior Capsular Rupture: A Case Report and In Vitro Model Study Wenjuan Wan , 1 Ke Hu , 1 Yan Ji , 1 and Can Li 1 1 The First Affiliated Hospital of Chongqing Medical University, Chongqing Key Laboratory of Ophthalmology and Chongqing Eye Institute, Chongqing 400016, Chin Refractive Surgery Experience with EC-5000. Since 1992. Total number of treated patient. Over 36,000 procedures. Supervisor. Publisher. Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today Europe. November/December 2012. 30-32. PDF

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Here, we report a case of rapidly progressive cataract in idiopathic hypo parathyroidism in a female patient aged 20 years. This is a rare finding and is being reported for its rarity. Awareness of this rare complication can help in early diagnosis, prompt treatment and prevention of potentially fatal complications like vision loss Cataract surgery in Knobloch syndrome: a case report Carmen Sílvia Bongiovanni1, Carla Cristina Serra Ferreira1, Ana Paula Silvério Rodrigues1, João Borges Fortes Filho2, Márcia Beatriz Tartarella11Department of Ophthalmology, Congenital Cataract Section, Medical School, Federal University of São Paulo, São Paulo; 2Department of Ophthalmology, Medical School, Federal University of Rio.

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  1. Leferman CE, Cazacut M and Ciubotaru AD. Case Report: The efficacy of early phacoemulsification in the intraocular pressure control in primary angle closure glaucoma associated with cataract in a young female [version 2; peer review: 1 approved, 1 approved with reservations]
  2. Coding Complex Cataract Surgery With Confidence. Last spring, approximately 10,000 ophthalmologists received a comparative report focusing on cataract surgery billing (CPT codes 66984 and 66982). Those who received such a letter were found to submit more of these cases than their peers. Since that time, the American Academy of Ophthalmic.
  3. CASE REPORT Open Access Progressive cracking technique for phacoemulsification of superhard cataracts: a case report Yun-e Zhao1,2*, Zhangliang Li1,2, Pingjun Chang1,2, Dandan Wang1,2 and Man Hu1,2 Abstract Background: Complete nuclear disassembly of superhard cataracts cannot always be achieved by phaco chop

We report a case of spontaneous resolution of a traumatic cataract in a patient with an open-globe ocular injury. This case highlights the importance of conservative management in these types of cases, as excellent visual outcome is possible without invasive surgical intervention. A 13-year-old boy presented with a corneal laceration in the left eye caused by a neuter pen Risk factors and bacteriology of suture related corneal abscess are discussed and suture associated complications of cataract surgery are reviewed. Case report. A 47-year old housewife presented to the Eye Clinic at Juba Medical Complex, Juba County, Central Equatoria State with a one-week history of tearing, pain, photophobia and reduced. Case report. A 74-year-old male underwent uncomplicated cataract surgery of the right eye one month prior. His postoperative visual acuity was 20/20. He had LenSx assisted cataract surgery without complication. The preoperative medications included Besifloxacin 0.6% eye drops twice daily for three days with postoperative eye drops including the. Case report. Patient K.S., female had been visiting the S. Fyodorov Eye Microsurgery Clinic for more than 40 years. The first (dermal) symptom of Andogskiy′s syndrome appeared in the early childhood. The second (ocular) symptom — bilateral cataract appeared at the age of 14 years The aim of this study was to present a case of recurrence of the COFS syndrome and to propose a differential diagnosis flow-chart in case of prenatal findings of arthrogryposis and cataract. Case presentation. We report a case of recurrence of COFS3 syndrome within the same family, with similar diagnostic features

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A cataract is a clump of protein that leaves the lens of the eye cloudy or tinted, impairing vision. A cataract can occur in one or both eyes. The cause is unknown. Often, the early stages of a. Aqueous misdirection following uneventful phacoemulsification is rare. Herein I report such . a case during cataract surgery, which was treated successfully by 25-gauge pars plana vitrectomy. A 79-year-old man had bilateral age-related immature-stage cataract with open angles and . no history of glaucoma. The corneal curvature was 44.70/45.30 Complete nuclear disassembly of superhard cataracts cannot always be achieved by phaco chop, which is considered one of the best techniques for dealing with hard cataracts. We present a phaco chop-progressive cracking technique to divide superhard cataracts completely. We presented a case of cataract with over Grade V nucleus sclerosis and very low density of corneal endothelial cell (812. Case Study: Congenital Cataracts 1. Case Study Congenital Cataract 2. Surgery to Remove Cataract 3. Other Forms of Cataract The cataracts were the only delayed manifestations of ocular injury from the atomic bomb. The second paper is a case report of a histopathologic study of atomic bomb radiation cataract. The third paper presents the results of medical examinations of survivors having radiation induced cataracts. 32 references, 8 figures

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A recent nation-wide population based retrospective cohort study from Taiwan in 2014 suggested a propensity of developing breast cancer in young females with early-onset cataract. We report here a case of a young non-obese female who presented to us with a large lump in the right breast with skin nodules and bilateral painless progressive. Since senile cataract develops with age, it is a slowly progressive disease. If surgery is needed to treat a patient, lens extraction will improve the visual acuity in more than 90 percent of cases The aim of this study was to report an unusual case of chronic postoperative endophthalmitis following cataract surgery, secondary to Ochrobactrum anthropi that was found to be resistant to vancomycin. Anterior chamber paracentesis cultures grew gram negative bacilli Ochrobactrum anthropi. The patient was treated with a series of intracameral injections of moxifloxacin, with adjuvant oral. The report further includes case studies on the Covid-19 pandemic to determine its ongoing as well as projected impact on industry dynamics. Moreover, it provides several strategies that will enable businesses to efficiently cope with the crisis. Key highlights of the Cataract Surgical Devices market report

Keywords: Lens induced glaucoma, phacolytic glaucoma, hypermature senile cataract, phacomorphic glaucoma Case Report Psuedoexfoliation was noted over pupillary margin as well as over anterior lens capsule. Anterior capsule appeareintact and calcified. Lens examination revealed hypermature senile cataract. IOP measurement with Goldman applanatio Case Report DOI: 10.18231/2395-1451.2017.0028 Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, January-March,2017;3(1): 115-116 115 Bilateral electric cataract: A rare case report Ashok Madan1,*, Mona Deshmukh2, Bhushan A. Chaukhe Case history #2. A 27-year-old man presents following an incident where he was struck in the left eye with a paint ball. He notices a sudden decrease in vision in the left eye, from 20/20 before the accident, to counting-fingers vision after the accident. On exam, the left pupil appears whitish, and visual acuity is greatly decreased

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Mailing Address Global Science Library 5445 N Sheridan Rd #1115 Chicago, Illinois 60640 United State Case Report. A 72-year-old black woman presents to the office one month following a reported uneventful cataract surgery on the right eye; The patient reported no pain but stated vision was very foggy Conclusion. This case presents the management of an unexpected, excessive postoperative corneal edema following uneventful cataract surgery Report the Right IOL. Medicare does not reimburse ASCs for the extra cost of premium lenses in cataract cases — the usual cost of $150 is included in their reimbursement for regular cataract extraction (CPT® codes 66984, 66982, etc.) Polychromatic (Christmas tree) cataract: a case report Polychromatic (Christmas tree) cataract: a case report Pellizzer, Sonia; Siderov, John 1995-07-01 00:00:00 FVCO Clinic Research Unit, Victorian College of Optometry Accepted for publication: 5 June 1995 (Clin Exp Optom 1995; 78: 4: 148) exact composition of the crystalline-like particles in polychromatic cataract is unclear although recent. Case Report Cataract Surgery with a Refractive Corneal Inlay in Place N.R.Stojanovic,S.I.Panagopoulou,andI.G.Pallikaris Institute of Vision and Optics (IVO), Medical School, University of Crete, Heraklion, Crete, Greec

The aim of this paper is to present a herd case of congenital cataracts and to discuss its potential causes. To the best of the authors' knowledge, this is the first report of congenital cataracts in the Ayrshire breed. Case presentation. Herd description cataract formation. However, they did report a case of a cataract in a severe atopic dermatitis patient who had a high dose of topical and systemic steroid therapy. They also insist that a screening test may be required for the group of patients who are refractive to medical therapy for atopic dermatitis (13) Abstract: We report a case of concomitant congenital ocular disease, low intelligence level and extremity abnor-malities in two siblings. A 20-year-old Chinese male with distinctive craniofacial features and extremity abnormali-ties was diagnosed with bilateral keratoconus and congenital cataract. Craniofacial features included ptosis, smal Case Report Spontaneous iris bleeding during cataract surgery in a patient with thrombocytopenia Karen L. Christopher, MD , Ksenia Stafeeva, MD, and Michael S. Erlanger, MD Author affiliations: Department of Ophthalmology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, Colorado Summar ASCRS CME 24/7 is your resource for online CME activities. Explore the variety of CME available to meet your clinical area of interest including: 20/Happy in 2020—A comprehensive ASCRS master class in refractive cataract surgery. ASCRS Grand Rounds—The experience of a live grand rounds

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Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group. Risk factors associated with age-related nuclear and cortical cataract : a case-control study in the Age- Related Eye Disease Study, AREDS Report No. 5. Ophthalmology. 2001 Aug;108 (8):1400-8. doi: 10.1016/s0161-6420 (01)00626-1 Case report by Dr Mercanti, Italy: total retinal detachment, traumatic white cataract and inferior iridodialysis . Case report • Male, 35 years old • Total retinal detachment with grade C type 4 PVR, subretinal strands • Traumatic white cataract and inferior iridodialysis. SURGICAL APPROACH Cataract is identify factors, which might modify or simply delay the o Electric trauma producing cataract is rare, however, there have been few cases reported in We reported a case of electrical cataract in 36 years old male patient. years ago. He had undergone right eye cataract surgery with intraocular lens implantation 6 shrunken anterior cap A Cataracts/congenital glaucoma, congenital heart disease (most commonly pat-ent ductus arteriosus, peripheral pulmonary artery stenosis), loss of hearing, pigmentary retinopathy. congenital rubella, rubella, rubella syndrome, case report, port Created Date

Case report. Patient K.S., female had been visiting the S. Fyodorov Eye Microsurgery Clinic for more than 40 years. The first (dermal) symptom of Andogskiy's syndrome appeared in the early childhood. The second (ocular) symptom - bilateral cataract appeared at the age of 14 years A case report with clinical and next‐generation sequencing of three members of the same autosomal dominant family (father and two children) with a history of pediatric cataract and microphthalmia, as well as one family member who did not present any oc‐ ular pathologies. 2.2. Clinical Evaluatio Toxic anterior segment syndrome (TASS), an acute, noninfectious inflammation of the anterior segment of the eye, is a complication of anterior segment eye surgery; cataract extraction is the most common form of this type of surgery. Various contaminants, usually from surgical equipment or supplies, have been implicated as causes of TASS ( 1 ) To report a case of bilateral varicella zoster virus (VZV)-associated acute retinal necrosis (ARN) occurring after both eyes sequential cataract surgery in an elderly immunocompromised patient. Medical records and investigation results of the patient were reviewed. Patient experienced floaters and blurring of vision in both eyes 4 weeks after her second uncomplicated cataract surgery Indian J Ophthalmol Case Rep 2021;1:395-6 How to cite this URL: Priya C T, Singh VM, Reddy C J. Atypical bilateral isolated coloboma of the lens with cataract in a young man. Indian J Ophthalmol Case Rep [serial online] 2021 [cited 2021 Jul 16];1:395-6

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1.1 Why did we select cataracts as one of the case studies? 4 1.2 What was the scope of the cataract case study? 4 1.3 What were the key findings of the cataract case study? 5 1.4 What are the key implications of these findings? 8 1.5 List of recommendations 9 1.6 What does the rest of this report cover? Case Report Craniofacial Microsomia: Goldenhar Syndrome in Association with Bilateral Congenital Cataract U.D.Shrestha 1,2 andS.Adhikari 1,2 National Academy of Medical Sciences, Kathmandu, Nepal Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology, P.O. Box , Gaushala, Kathmandu, Nepal Correspondence should be addressed to U. D. Shrestha; ujjowala@gmail.co

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Cataracts are a natural change that occurs with aging. It is a gradual opacity of the lens inside the eye. The lens sits just behind the iris. The condition will continue to progress, until you are not able to see through the lens. Cataract surgery is an elective surgery - it is not mandatory. MORGAGNIAN CATARACTS AND THEIR COMPLICATIONS: WITH REPORT OF A CASE OF SPONTANEOUS RUPTURE OF THE LENS CAPSULE CAUSING SECONDARY GLAUCOMA. SAMUEL I. KAUFMAN, M.D. Author Affiliations. CHICAGO. It is possible that typical morgagnian cataract, consisting of a capsular sac containing a more or less transparent free floating nucleus in the. Education. Case Reports & Journal Articles. Retina; Glaucoma; Refractive / Cataract; Case Reports & Journal Article However, only three loci, at 3p, 9q13-q22 and 19q13 [6][7][8], and four genes (CRYAA, LIM2, GCNT2 and HSF4) have been implicated in autosomal recessive cataracts [9][10][11][12].We report a clinical and genetic investigation of two patients from a Tunisian family affected by MdM and congenital cataracts. Case presentationA consanguineous family. In this article, we report a child whose macular edema was controlled for years after cataract surgery with adalimumab, and reviewed 26 Japanese patients in the literature. In this case report, a 4-year-old boy developed band keratopathy, posterior iris synechiae, and complicated cataract in both eyes Case Reports Idiopathic pupillary capture 7 years after extracapsular cataract extraction and intraocular lens implantation Juan Ramos, MD,a,* and Venancio Jurado, MDb Author affiliations: aPreliminary Pgy1, Internal Medicine, Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, New York bChief of Ophthalmology, Centro Policlínico Valencia, Avenida Carabobo, La Vina, Valencia, Venezuel