What is the most radiosensitive area of the eye?
cataracts could develop from damage to the lens.
The eye wall of a hurricane is the worst and most dangerous area of the storm. The strongest convection in a hurricane occurs in the eye walls, which in turn produces the strongest winds, heaviest rains, and highest storm surge in the storm. It is a ring-shaped area that surrounds the hurricanes eye.
The part of your eye that is most sensitive to light is the retina. This is not because the retinal tissue is any more fragile than other tissue in the eye, but because the cornea and lens focus incoming light onto the retina, potentially magnifying it as much as 100,000 times. The result is that bright light that would not damage any other part of the eye can severely damage the retina.