senile cataract n.
A cataract occurring spontaneously in old age and marked by increased opacity of the lens followed by its softening and shrinkage.
noun, Pathology. 1. a syndrome of progressive, irreversible impairment of cognitive function, caused by organic factors and having its onset late in life. senile dementia noun 1. dementia starting in old age with no precipitating physical cause senile dementia n. A progressive, abnormally accelerated deterioration of mental faculties and emotional stability in old age, occurring […]
- Senile elastosis
senile elastosis n. Elastosis in the sun-exposed skin of old people.
- Senile hemangioma
senile hemangioma n. A red dome-shaped lesion usually occurring on the trunk and formed as a result of the weakening of the capillary wall. Also called cherry angioma.
- Senile keratosis
senile keratosis n. See actinic keratosis.
- Senile lentigo
senile lentigo n. See liver spot.