A 63 years old patient comes to you 1 year after cataract surgery with complaints of decreased vision. The following clinical picture was obtained. What is the likely diagnosis?
A. After cataract
B. UGH syndrome
C. Irvine-Gass syndrome
Answer- A. After cataract
Greyish white opacities seen in the given picture are called us Elschnig pearls and are suggestive ofsecondary cataract or after cataract.
“Posterior capsular opacification (PCO), also called’after’or ‘secondary’cataract is the opacity which follows extracapsular extrsction of the lens.