An artificial lens made of plastic, silicone, acrylic or other material that is implanted in the eye during cataract surgery. Abbreviated IOL.
- Lens, objective
In a microscope, the lens nearest to the object being examined. Most light microscopes now have a turret that bears a selection of objective lenses.
- Lens, ocular
In a microscope, the lens closest to the eye. Also known as eyepiece. Most light microscopes are binocular, with one ocular lens for each eye.
When there is one lentigo, there are usually more lentigines.
A type of freckle that is a small tan, brown, or black spot which tends to be darker than the usual (ephelis-type) freckle and which do not fade in the winter. This kind of spot is referred to as lentigo simplex. Although lentigines may be part of a genetic disorder, for the most part they […]
- Lentigo maligna melanoma
One of the four clinical types of malignant melanoma and the slowest growing type. Lentigo maligna melanoma typically begins as a patch of mottled pigmentation that is dark brown, tan, or black on sun-exposed skin, such as on the face.