Case of the Month

 

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Case of the Month - May 2019

  • An 11 year old African American female presents with a history of a stick to the right eye. She had it surgically repaired upon initial presentation 3 years prior in Dallas, TX. The patient is Aphakic and has a sensory XT that developed after the trauma. She has central corneal scarring and remaining corneal sutures that are not exposed (Figure 1). She is not light sensitive and presents with no pain. Visual acuity is 20/200 with a +12.00D loose lens, OD and 20/25 uncorrected, OS. Her dilated fundus exam is normal in both eyes. Below is the corneal topography of the right eye (Figure 2).
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