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3 2006, 11(3): 403-405 Back to browse issues page
Invisible Cataract
M Soltan Sanjari MD , MM Parvaresh MD, K Farokh Parsa MD
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Purpose: To report two cases of oil-drop cataract and the description of this entity.

Patients and Findings: Two women (one 46 and the other 56 years-old) presented with gradual visual loss. Previous studies including CT scan, MRI, VEP and ERG were normal. With the use of simple diagnostic tests including a multiple pinhole occluder and use of visuscope, a diagnosis of oil-drop cataract was made in both cases.

Conclusion: In cases with progressive visual acuity loss without definite etiology, negative RAPD and normal color vision, oil-drop cataract should be considered as a possibility. Visuscope and multiple pinholes are effective methods for confirming the diagnosis.

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Soltan Sanjari M, Parvaresh M, Farokh Parsa K. Invisible Cataract. 3. 2006; 11 (3) :403-405
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Volume 11, Issue 3 (4-2006) Back to browse issues page
مجله چشم‌پزشکی بینا Bina Journal of Ophthalmology
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