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Traumatic aniridia and aphakia with scleral buckling: a case report.
  1. C. P. Thommy


    A case is reported of a young man in whom blunt injury caused a horizontal corneal tear superiorly. Aniridia, aphakia, cyclodialysis with angle recession, minimal hyphaema, vitreous haemorrhage, choroidal rupture and striae, and scleral buckling resulted. Vision improved to 6/12+.

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