Amsler Sign during Phacoemulsification in a Heterochromic Indian Eye – Gonioscopy Could Predict It | ASCRS
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Amsler Sign during Phacoemulsification in a Heterochromic Indian Eye – Gonioscopy Could Predict It
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Dipankar Datta, DO, DNB; Chinmayee P, MS; Gonugunta Teja, MBBS, MS
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Fuchs’ Heterochromic Iridocyclits (FHI) is known to have amsler sign. Our patient had quiet eye with iris heterochromium and posterior subcapsular cataract, but no keratic precipitates. In spite of the lack of typical FHI features, we noted amsler sign during cataract surgery. Preoperative gonioscopic evaluation could predict the possible encounter of amsler sign during surgery in heterochromic eyes.
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