The cause of dislocation of an intraocular lens is a direct blow or jerk, and dislocation may complicate both iris-supported and capsule-supported lenses. In capsule-supported lenses the implant dislocates towards the anterior chamber but in iris-supported lenses the dislocation is posterior. A technique for removal of a posterity dislocated lens is described.
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