4 out of 75
Typical appearance of diabetic cataract is: (LQ)
|A||Blue dot cataract|
|B||Post capsular cataract|
|C||Snow flake opacities|
Ans. C Snow flake opacities
1. In uncontrolled juvenile diabetics.
2. Always bilateral.
3. Significant amount of sorbitol and fructose is accumulated in the lens which leads to increased intralenticular osmolarity. Q