* Iris--is there sectoral iris atrophy (viral uveitis), mid-peripheral transillumination defect (PDS), iridodenesis or iridodialysis
(previous trauma and angle recession), or polycoria/naevi (ICE)?
There were no other complications observed, such as iridodialysis
, shallow anterior chamber, or ciliary block glaucoma.
One of these cases had associated iridodialysis
& vitreous herniating into the anterior chamber with secondary glaucoma & PVD.
Visual acuity at presentation was hand movement (HM) at 1 meter in affected eye with hyphema, traumatic cataract, iridodialysis
and severe commotio retinae.
Exclusion criteria included significant corneal opacification, large iridodialysis
, raised IOP, and posterior segment involvement.
This included prolapse in 9 patients iridodialysis
in 2 patients iris tear and sphincter rupture in 1patient each.
(15) Other reported causes of glaucoma in raptors are traumatic iridodialysis
and cyclodialysis (13); neither of which was observed in the present case, and primary glaucoma, (11) which would not be permanently corrected with short-term medical therapy as was the case in the current report.
: an isolated injury after phacoemulsification.
The inclusion criteria were (a) uneventful implantation (i.e., absence of intraoperative complications such as iridodialysis
, iris bleeding, or intraoperative disenclavation) of an Artisan[R] (Ophtec, Groningen, The Netherlands) iris-claw IOL, inserted due to a lack of capsule support; and (b) medical records showing the results of complete eye examinations (as detailed below), preoperatively and at 1 and 12 months after surgery.
was seen in 2 (0.44%) cases, which were 1 clock hour in extent and did not have any significance in the final visual outcome.
with severe bleeding was the only significant complication observed in 1 eye in group 2.
Corectopia (or ectopic pupil), is similarly either congenital or acquired, as a result of penetrating trauma, surgery, iridodialysis