Definition of Intraocular lens

1. Noun. An artificial lens that is implanted into the eye of someone to replace a damaged natural lens or someone who has had a cataract removed.

Generic synonyms: Lens, Lens System, Lense



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intraocular Lens

intransitivize
intransmissible
intransmutability
intransmutable
intransparent
intrant
intrants
intranuclear
intranuclearly
intranucleosomal
intraobserver error
intraoccular
intraocular
intraocular fluid
intraocular implant
intraocular lens (current term)
intraocular neuritis
intraocular part of optic nerve
intraocular pressure
intraocular pressure monitoring
intraocular tension
intraocularly
intraoesophageal
intraoesophageally
intraoffice
intraoperative
intraoperative care
intraoperative complications
intraoperative period
intraoperative radiation therapy

Literary usage of Intraocular lens

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1. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Food and Drugs, Pt. 800-1299, Revised by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Staff (2005)
"... intraocular lens. ... intraocular lens guide. Operating headlamp. Manual ophthalmic surgical instrument. ..."

2. Bound for Good Health: A Collection of Age Pages (1993)
"After surgery, vision is restored by using special eyeglasses or contact lenses or by having an intraocular lens implant (a plastic lens that is implanted ..."

3. Code of Federal Regulations: Title 21: Food and Drugs by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Staff (2005)
"(3) The color additive, D&C Violet No. 2, may be safely used for coloring polymethylmethacrylate intraocular lens haptics at a level not to exceed 0.2 ..."

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