Figure 1. Cataracts in family D. A:
Pedigree of family D indicates consanguinity in the second generation.
The cataract appeared in the third generation and affects both
children. The proband (III.2) is the younger daughter of the
consanguineous parents. B: Ophthalmic details are given. On the
left side, the healthy eye of the proband’s father (II.2) is given
while on the right side, the slight embryonic nucleus opacity of her
mother (II.3) is shown. Both were analyzed by a slit lamp. At the
bottom, the triangular cataract of the proband (III.2) is seen
immediately before the operation (using an operation microscope).