Traumatic expulsive aniridia after phacoemulsification

Prabhu, Avinash; Nayak, Harish; Palimar, Prasad
May 2007
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology;May2007, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p232
Academic Journal
journal article
Blunt trauma is usually associated with severe ocular damage particularly in eyes following cataract surgery. Small, self-sealing incision cataract surgery is changing the pattern of presentation of such cases, with relatively favorable outcomes. We describe a case of blunt trauma following phacoemulsification leading to aniridia.


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