siliculose cataract si·lic·u·lose cataract (sə-lĭk’yə-lōs’)
Calcareous degeneration of the lens capsule.
noun, plural siliquae [sil-i-kwee] /ˈsɪl ɪˌkwi/ (Show IPA) 1. a silver coin of the later Roman Empire, the 24th part of a solidus, first issued by Constantine. noun (pl) -liquae (-ˈliːkwiː), -liquas, -liques 1. the long dry dehiscent fruit of cruciferous plants, such as the wallflower, consisting of two compartments separated by a central septum […]
noun, Botany. 1. the long two-valved seed vessel or pod of plants belonging to the mustard family. silique (sĭ-lēk’) An elongated dry dehiscent seed pod that is the characteristic fruit of the mustard family. The two sides split off at maturity and leave a central partition to which the seeds are attached.
adjective 1. bearing siliques. 2. resembling a silique or silicle. siliquose sil·i·quose (sĭl’ĭ-kwōs’) adj. Resembling a long slender pod. Used of a cataract resulting in shriveling of the lens and calcareous deposits in the capsule.
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siliquose cataract n. Siliculose cataract.
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