from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Incision into a capsule, especially that of the crystalline lens of the eye, as to remove cataracts by surgery.
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- n. incision into a capsule, especially into the lens of the eye when removing cataracts
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The incision of a capsule, esp. of that of the crystalline lens, as in a cataract operation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In surgery, incision of the capsule of the lens of the eye.
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In another operation, called a capsulotomy, surgeons go deeper, into an area called the internal capsule, and burn out spots in a circuit also thought to be overactive.
Cingulotomy and bilateral anterior capsulotomy - are methods used to destroy connections between cortical areas and basal ganglia, areas which have shown signs of hypermetabolism in tomographies.
The LensAR Laser System, which integrates an advanced femtosecond (short pulse) laser with propriety ocular measurement and laser scanning technologies, is being designed to allow physicians to perform several of the steps in cataract surgery (capsulotomy, lens fragmentation, precise astigmatic corrections and unique clear corneal incisions) in a single laser procedure.
I've had a total of six shoulder surgeries, frozen shoulder, capsular release, capsulotomy, rotator cuff reapir etc!
Of eight OHT patients total in the two studies, four had received a YAG posterior capsulotomy (a procedure related to cataract surgery) prior to wet AMD treatment, which might have predisposed them to OHT, Dr. Adelman said.
The most important procedure is bilateral anterior capsulotomy (in the United