intraocular lens

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Noun1.intraocular lens - an artificial lens that is implanted into the eye of someone to replace a damaged natural lens or someone who has had a cataract removed
lens, lens system, lense - a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
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We also found that presence of ERM was statistically correlated with longer duration of uveitis and pseudophakia.
Out of 110 patients with other eye pseudophakia, 98 patients having best corrected visual acuity more than 6/12.
Hooymans et al and Nagasaki et all have shown aphakia and pseudophakia as risk factors of high grade PVR20,21.
The prevalence of visual impairment with pseudophakia and aphakia are 0.
Prevalence of aphakia (absence of lens) or pseudophakia (presence of an intraocular lens).
Inclusion criteria included: age 45 years or more, both genders, pseudophakia as a result of age related cataract extraction at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore and posterior capsular opacity with visual acuity less than 6/18.
For those interested in cataracts, the designated chapter covers some 42 pages, each page full of images dealing with every type, from congenital through to senile, pseudophakia and aphakia, complications and lens-induced disease.
Common causes of CME include diabetic retinopathy, ARMD, venous occlusions, pars planitis, Uveitis, pseudophakia, Irvine-Gass syndrome, and retinitis pigmentosa.
Other diagnosed eye disorders included ametropia (2), pseudophakia (2), presbyopia (1), bilateral retinitis pigmentosa (1), age-related macular degeneratio n (1), and bilateral retinitis pigmentosa plus pseudophakia (1) (Figure 2).
Although no nationwide study has been conducted on low vision in Nepal, a report from Lumbini, in the western part of the country, showed that lens-related causes like aphakia, pseudophakia, and cataract are the main causes of low vision (35.
Hence, pseudophakia with an older, poorly UV-absorbing intraocular lens or aphakia can facilitate UVR-induced retinopathy.