Fig. 1. Anterior capsular cataract due to persistent pupillary membranes (iris to lens) seen with diffuse illumination by slitlamp biomicroscopy in the right eye (A, before mydriasis; B, after mydriasis).
Fig. 2. Posterior capsular cataracts seen with retro-illumination by slit-lamp biomicroscopy in both eyes (A, right eye; B, left eye).
Fig. 3. Fundus photographs from a 2-year-old Bengal cat with inherited retinal degeneration (A, right eye; B, left eye). There is marked hyperreflectivity and grayish discoloration to the tapetal fundus, and retinal vasculature is severely attenuated.