Posterior lenticonus

Last revised by Yusra Sheikh on 9 Jul 2019

Posterior lenticonus is when the posterior surface of the lens assumes a conical shape. If the surface become spherical, then this is referred to as posterior lentiglobus. Posterior lenticonus is commoner than anterior lenticonus1 and is usually unilateral and axial in location.


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