Anterior Polar Cataract: A Clinical-Pathologic Correlation
AbstractFigure 1. Intraoperative photograph of the right eye of a 6-year-old boy who was undergoing extraction of bilateral, congenital anterior polar cataracts. The photograph shows the anterior capsular plaque with a broad base attaching to the central lens capsule and extending into the anterior chamber without touching the cornea. Figure 2. Light microscopy (periodic acid–Schiff, original magnification ×200) microphotograph revealing probable fibrous metaplasia of the lens epithelium.