1957
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1957.01550240097019
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Additional Report on the Occurrence of Cataracts with Atopic Dermatitis

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“…7 The majority of cases had bilateral involvement, which is still uniform across the literature. 4,5,7 Unfortunately, this particular study failed to report the location (anterior vs posterior) of the cataracts within the lens.…”
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“…7 The majority of cases had bilateral involvement, which is still uniform across the literature. 4,5,7 Unfortunately, this particular study failed to report the location (anterior vs posterior) of the cataracts within the lens.…”
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“…In this study, the majority (58%; 79 cases) of the AD patients with cataracts had visual impairment, but 42% (57 cases) of those found to have cataracts by slit-lamp examination had no significant visual impairment. 7 The majority of cases had bilateral involvement, which is still uniform across the literature. 4,5,7 Unfortunately, this particular study failed to report the location (anterior vs posterior) of the cataracts within the lens.…”
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“…Atopic cataract is known to accompany atopic dermatitis, and the incidence of cataract is high in patients with severe atopic dermatitis [11,12] . Because atopic cataract often occurs in young people and causes severe visual disorders, studies have been conducted to elucidate the responsible etiological factors.…”
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