How to correctly diagnose different kinds of cataracts

The release date:2019-10-17

How to correctly diagnose different kinds of cataracts? Cataracts, as a common eye disease in our life, have a great impact on us. Generally, they are caused by eye trauma or some eye disease. Facing the emergence of cataracts, patients should receive treatment as soon as possible, but there are many types of cataracts, such as congenital cataracts, traumatic cataracts and so on. Patients can't imagine, and can't judge by naked eyes. Therefore, in order to better treatment, timely diagnosis and treatment in a regular hospital is very important. So, how to correctly diagnose different kinds of cataracts? Let's introduce them to you.

Different types of cataracts have different characteristics. The diagnosis is as follows:

1. Coronary cataract:

There are short rod-shaped, round, oval, dumbbell shaped turbid around the deep layer of lens cortex, arranged in a flower crown. The center and periphery of lens are transparent. Eyes, static, rarely affect vision. Related to heredity.

2. Nuclear cataract:

The nucleus is turbid and the cortex is completely transparent. The visual acuity decreased significantly when the pupil was contracted, and increased significantly when the pupil was dilated.

3. Complicated cataract:

Intraocular diseases cause lens opacification. Due to inflammation or degeneration of the eye, the nutrition or metabolism of the lens is impaired, leading to turbidity. Common in uveitis, retinitis pigmentosa, retinal detachment.

4. Congenital cataract:

Congenital cataract is caused by heredity, chromosome compilation, intrafetal infection and so on. Its symptom is that soon after the baby is born, it can be found that there are white or gray spots in the pupil.

5. High myopia with cataract:

The high myopia patients with middle age and above often occur, because the reading of myopia patients is deepened continuously due to improper use of eyes or unscientific correction for a long time, and there are flying mosquito disease, macular hemorrhage, fundus retina and so on.

6. Senile cataract:

Senile cataract belongs to aging phenomenon. With the increase of age, the lens in the eyeball will slowly harden and become turbid, which will cause visual impairment. Its symptoms are foggy vision, change of color perception, black spot in front of eyes, diplopia, etc.

The above is an introduction to the correct diagnosis of different types of cataracts. We can grasp the methods and treatment of the disease, and make a good diagnosis in clinical to get effective treatment. I hope the above article can help you.

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