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Slit-lamp photographs of the eye of the proband. Slit lamp photographs of the eye of the proband (III:3). A: Front view of the eye of the proband, showing cataract phenotype. B: Slit lamp view of the len of the proband. Lens opacities were mainly located in the nuclear area of lenses as well as in the embryonal and fetal areas.

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Images of congenital hereditary cataracts due to mutations of crystallin genes.png

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  1. Chen, Q, Ma,J,Yan,M,Mothobi,ME, Liu,Y, Zheng, F, A novel mutation in CRYAB associated with autosomal dominant congenital nuclear cataract in a Chinese family 2009 Mol Vis, vol:15,pp.1359–1365.[1]

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