Combined Anterior Polar, Posterior Subcapsular and Cortical Cataract
Contributor: Lindsay McConnell, MD
Photographer: Carol Chan, CRA
This is a 40-year-old male referred for cataract evaluation. He complained of blurred vision and photosensitivity. His visual acuity is 20/400 in this eye. On exam he had a unilateral anterior polar cataract combined with central posterior subcapsular cataract with mild cortical changes. He elected to proceed with cataract extraction.
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