|Common Lens Cases
(click on the pictures or the cases for case descriptions and questions)
is the most common condition an ophthalmologist sees in daily practice.
However, in the
examination you are unlikely to be given a straightforward cataract case. When you see a cataract
case, always look for another sign(s) which may or may not be related to the cataract. For examples:
posterior subcapsular cataract in retinitis pigmentosa or Fuch's heterochromic cyclitis.
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