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Analysis of nuclear fiber cell compaction in transparent and cataractous diabetic human lenses by scanning electron microscopy

Creator: Freel, Christopher D, Al-Ghoul, Kristin J, Kuszak, Jer R, Costello, Joeseph

Abstract: Background: Compaction of human ocular lens fiber cells as a function of both aging and cataractogenesis has been demonstrated previously using scanning electron microscopy. The purpose of this investigation is to quantify morphological (more)

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Figure 1 Splitting of the lens inner nuclei

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Figure 2 Anterior and posterior fetal nuclear elliptical angle measurements

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Figure 3 Anterior-posterior axial length measurements

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Figure 4 Average count of embryonic nuclear fiber folds per 20 microns

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