Mission Impossible - PDR, Retained Lens Fragment, and Cadaver Bone IOFB
A 64 year old monocular Russian man returns from the Ukraine with severe inflammation and decreased vision in his only eye. He has a history of proliferative diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and a cataract. An IOFB is determined to be a cadaver bone implanted for glaucoma filtration. On top of that, the patient has retained lens material and a sulcus IOL. Szilard Kiss, MD; Nathan Radcliffe, MD; tackle this seemingly impossible mission.
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