Figure 1 of
Vanita, Mol Vis 2006;
Figure 1. Photograph (3-D lens) of a patient taken through a slit lamp
The phenotype is Y-sutural as both the anterior and posterior inverted Y-sutures are severely affected. No nuclear component is involved, and there is no opacity evident in the cortex of the lenses. The opacity appears to be made up of a compilation of coins.