The top picture is the patient’s left eye and the rest are his right eye. The top picture is a cataract on the posterior surface of the left lens. The next one is a pterygium, a growth going over the cornea, due mostly from years of exposure to sunlight. The right lens has three types of cataracts, a posterior subcapsular cataract, a nuclear cataract (in the middle of the lens), and an anterior polar cataract. I scheduled him to get cataract and pterygium surgery.