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Ref No:- 13-00109 Complication of Cataract Surgery

·         This patient presented on 15-01-13, with reduced vision in right eye after cataract surgery which was done elsewhere the previous day

·         On examination, the vision was Hand movements, slit lamp showed corneal folds, with aphakia and lens matter in anterior chamber.

·         There was a vitreous hemorrhage, and details of retina were not visible.

·         The intraocular pressure was normal. When he came for follow up 3 days later, the findings were same, but eye pressure had gone up to 32 mm Hg.

·          He underwent vitrectomy on 23-01-13, for retained lens matter.

·         The vitreous hemorrhage was cleared, and intraocular lens was seen in the vitreous cavity, which was removed and placed in the normal position.

·         Postoperatively, the vision improved to 6/6, IOL was well centered and retina was normal.