Courtesy of Chu Jian Ma, MD., and Maanasa Indaram, MD.
A 12-year-old was referred for photophobia. The exam resulted in 20/20 vision in both eyes and there was a central cluster of stellate, “snowflake”-like, pigmented deposits on the anterior lens capsule in the left eye. The right eye was within normal limits. The patient surprisingly did not result in any vision loss and did not require surgical removal.