Contributor: Justin Risma, MD
Photographer: Brice Critser, CRA
Cerulean cataracts are composed of small bluish dot-like opacities in the peripheral lens cortex. They usually do not cause visual symptoms. This patient also has a dense central posterior subcapsular cataract which was visually significant.
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