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Which type of Cataract.

BCVA- 6/12 48 year old male patient complaining of blurred vision since 2 months. He doesn't any history of trauma.

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Rose petal cataract traumatic cataract When the eye receive blow shockwaves travel damaging lens

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The cataracts presenting with petaloid/rosette-shaped opacifications are typically seen in patients who have sustained blunt or penetrating physical trauma to the eye, and rarely due to electric shock, exposure to infrared energy or ionising radiation.

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@ Dear Dr Rakesh Another possibility comes to my mind The picture also resembles that of triradiate (sutural or stellate) cataract - a developmental cataract . The affection is bilateral and stationary

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This is rosette shaped cataract characteristically seen in traumatic cataract. The patient sometimes forgets negligible injury !

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Rose petal cataract traumatic cataract When the eye receive blow shockwaves travel damaging lens

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Stellate cataract

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Traumatic cataract.

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ROSSET CATRACT

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Starlee cataract

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