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Coronary Cataract, Progressive variant

Coronary Cataract, Progressive variant
Dense oval opacities in the periphery of the lens. The lens has additional nucleosclerosis. 25% of adults show similar opacities in the periphery without relevance to vision
McCuen, Brooks, M.D., Duke University Eye Center, Durham, NC, USA
H25.0
Lens -> Congenital and Juvenile Cataracts, Usually Bilateral (see also: Congenital Syndromes) -> Coronary Cataract
lens
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