Traumatic Dense Subluxated Cataract with Traumatic Mydriasis | ASCRS
Traumatic Dense Subluxated Cataract with Traumatic Mydriasis
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Hazem Yassin, MD
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This is a case report of 60 years old male who had blunt trauma to the right eye . Slit lamp examination showed cataract with subluxation more than 180 degrees and traumatic mydriasis .Phacoemulsification with implantation of CTR IKE segment and iris cerclage was done using purse string suture . Postoperatively BCVA improved to 0.7 and pupil size was about 3 mm.
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