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Iris Strands Right Eye

by on Nov.29, 2008, under Eyes - Looking at you, Featured Collections, Human


Iris strands adherent to anterior lens surface originating from more than 180 degrees of iris in a patient from the Indian subcontinent. The patient’s fellow eye demonstrated similar findings and was being followed for higher risk of glaucoma and cataract.This is being observed in higher than expected frequency in patients in the 30-50 year old age range.

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