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Acute Secondary Angle closure

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Presenter: Victor Koh

The patient presented with raised intraocular pressure due to a subluxated cataract. The cornea was edematous and intraoperative view was poor. Cornea clarity improved by debriding the swollen corneal epithelium and capsular staining improved visibility for nuclear disassembly. A gentle phacoemulsification with little stress on the zonules was critical to preserve the capsular bag.

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