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Starbursts, or a series of concentric rays or fine filaments radiating from bright lights, may be caused by refractive defects in the eye. Starbursts around light are especially visible at night, and may be caused by eye conditions such as cataract or corneal swelling, or may be a complication of eye surgery.
Starbursts around lights may be a symptom of: