POSTERIOR SUBCAPSULAR CATARACT

Below is the left eye of a patient with a cataract on the back of the lens. The picture on the bottom is of the other eye. This type of cataract can occur spontaneously, or from use of corticosteroids, trauma, or diabetes. It has not yet reached the point where it significantly decreases vision, but this type of cataract has a tendency to grow fairly rapidly and significantly decrease vision at some point.

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