International Journal of Inflammation / 2012 / Article / Fig 2

Review Article

Cataract Surgery in Uveitis

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A 48-year-old lady was diagnosed as bilateral sclera-keratouveitis, with complicated cataract. She was investigated extensively and had a positive Mantoux test, for which she received anti-tubercular therapy. She underwent cataract surgery in the left eye with a preoperative visual acuity of counting fingers. Postoperatively, her visual acuity improved to 20/125, limited by the presence of a central corneal scar. (a) Shows the right eye showing evidence of healed scleritis, corectopia, and a complicated cataract. (b) Shows the left eye two months postoperatively.

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