An absence of the crystalline lens of the eye (pseudophakia: having a false lens).
A condition when the crystalline lens of the eye becomes opaque.
Congenital cataract: one, which originates at
Hyper-mature: the lens has become either solid and shrunken or soft and liquid.
Incipient: any cataract in its early stages.
Mature: the lens is completely opaque.
Senile: a hard opacity of the lens occurring in the aged.
Traumatic: cataract following an injury.
Inflammation of the conjunctiva; commonly referred to as "pink eye."
Paralysis of the ciliary body; cycloplegic drops are used for diagnostic purposes.
An ocular disease having as its primary characteristic a sustained
intraocular pressure that the eye cannot withstand without damage to its
structure or impairment of its function. Primary symptom is a loss of peripheral
Prolonged or excessive dilation of the pupil of the eye. Mydriatic
Rapid, involuntary oscillation of the eyeballs, usually the result of
brain or ear
Abnormal sensitivity to light; light discomfort.
Paralytic drooping of the upper eyelid.
A blind area of reduced vision in the visual field.
Failure of the two eyes to simultaneously direct their gaze at the
because of muscle imbalance