"The whole team came together and they repaired his cornea and they removed his cataractous
lens because of the severity of the injury," he explained.
Superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxidase in the human cataractous
Evaluation of antioxidants and argpyrimidine in normal and cataractous
lenses in north Indian population.
patients with CS deficit in both eyes were found to be six times more likely to have had recent crash involvement.
Lens cadmium, lead, and serum vitamins C, E, and beta carotene in cataractous
Osmotic stress caused by sorbitol accumulation in the ocular lens has long been suggested to be the major cause of this complication, since sorbitol was found to be accumulated to a substantially high level in cataractous
lenses in diabetic patients.
Status of enzymatic antioxidants in eye lens extracted from cataractous
When we inspected the patient closely, we also found that the pupils were very small and were stuck to the cataractous
Glycation of cataractous
lens in non- diabetic senile subjects and in diabetic patients.
Ocular lesions included microphthalmia, multiple PPMs (iris-to-iris and iris-to-lens), microphakia with cataract formation, myovascularised membrane surrounding the cataractous
lens and expanding into the vitreous towards the retina, retinal detachment, and retinal dysplasia (Figure 2).
John Shammas, "Variability of axial length, anterior chamber depth, and lens thickness in the cataractous
eye," Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, vol.
Currently, the only effective treatment for cataracts is surgery, including removal of the cataractous
lens and implantation of an artificial intraocular lens.