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Removal of Ozurdex from Anterior Chamber of Pseudophakic Patient

  Channels: Retina | Posted 12/2/2013

This pseudophakic patient underwent Ozurdex injection for posterior uveitis several weeks prior to presenting with complaints of worsening vision. On examination, the Ozurdex was noted to be in the anterior chamber and there was significant corneal edema with Descemet's folds. The Ozurdex was explanted with subsequent improvement in vision and reduction of corneal edema. [No sound]

Posterior noninfectious uveitis • Posterior Segment • Steroids • Uveitis

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