capsulorrhexis (kaps-yoo-loh-rek-sis) n. a surgical procedure in which a continuous circular tear is made in the lens capsule of the eye. anterior c. a tear made in the anterior surface of the lens capsule during cataract surgery, which makes the residual capsule much more resilient to being torn during surgery.
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