The Images in Pediatric Ophthalmology column is a 1-page photo essay showing encounters in the field of pediatric ophthalmology.
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Figure. A 4-Year-Old Boy, the Youngest of Five Brothers, Was Referred for Increasing Photophobia over the Previous 2 Years. The Patient’s Three Brothers and Father All Had Cataract Surgery with Primary Intraocular Lens Implantation in Late Childhood; the Mother Had No History of Eye Disease. Uncorrected Visual Acuity Was 20/40 in Each Eye. Ophthalmic Examination Was Remarkable only for Multiple Bluish and White Opacities Radially Arranged Throughout the Crystalline Lenses of Both Eyes. The Right Eye Is Shown.