Owing to many investigations and experiments our knowledge of cataract formation has greatly progressed during the past decades. Indeed, the etiology of this disease has received plenty of attention, and the prevailing opinion to date is that every cataract arises in principle as a consequence of a nutritional impairment of whatever kind.
- Anterior Chamber
- Middle Phalanx
- Terminal Phalange
- Secondary Cataract
- Terminal Phalanx
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Rothmund, Uber Katarakte in Verbindung mit einer eigentumlichen Hautdegeneration.
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Werner, O. (1985). On Cataract in Conjunction with Scleroderma. In: Salk, D., Fujiwara, Y., Martin, G.M. (eds) Werner’s Syndrome and Human Aging. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, vol 190. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-7853-2_1
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