Capsule thickening. In a small number of patients the capsule thickens, and becomes a little opaque, like a frosted glass window. This stops the light reaching the back of the eye. If this happens, the sight become misty, and it can become difficult to see at night, or in sunlight.What are the symptoms of capsule thickening after cataract surgery?
If this happens, the sight become misty, and it can become difficult to see at night, or in sunlight. Capsule thickening can happen in the months after your cataract operation, but more commonly occurs two or three years after. The capsule thickening does not damage the eye in any way; it merely makes the sight fuzzy.What does adhesive capsulize mean?
Adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder, also known as frozen shoulder, is a condition characterized by thickening and contraction of the shoulder joint capsule and surrounding synovium.What is cataract lens thickening?
This is a thickening of a normal part of your eye after successful cataract surgery After cataract surgery where the cloudy lens has been removed and an intraocular lens (IOL) implant placed inside the eye, the natural lens capsule it sits on can thicken and become cloudy which will again interfere with your vision.