The authors report on the results obtained in the crystallization of the aqueous humor in 6 patients suffering from cataract with pseudoexfoliation syndrome. The principle characteristics of the aqueous in these cases are described and are compared with the features of aqueous humor in 20 cases of uncomplicated cataract. Tetragonal shaped masses of material with a distinct tendency to localization in the intersections of fern patterns were demonstrated in the crystallized aqueous from patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome. These aggregates most probably correspond to exfoliation material.

Ferning of aqueous humor in the pseudoexfoliation syndrome / Recupero, S. M.; Contestabile, M. T.; E., Leucci; R., Plateroti; F., De Bella; Abdolrahimzadeh, S. - In: ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA. - ISSN 0001-639X. - 71:5(1993), pp. 699-702. [10.1111/j.1755-3768.1993.tb04665.x]

Ferning of aqueous humor in the pseudoexfoliation syndrome

ABDOLRAHIMZADEH S
1993

Abstract

The authors report on the results obtained in the crystallization of the aqueous humor in 6 patients suffering from cataract with pseudoexfoliation syndrome. The principle characteristics of the aqueous in these cases are described and are compared with the features of aqueous humor in 20 cases of uncomplicated cataract. Tetragonal shaped masses of material with a distinct tendency to localization in the intersections of fern patterns were demonstrated in the crystallized aqueous from patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome. These aggregates most probably correspond to exfoliation material.
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