70 years old female k/c of HTN DM CVA. Patient 2nd POD undergone Cataract Surgery complaining of vertigo. Vitally unstable BP shoot upto 180/90 Pulse 84 Afebrile. on examination of eye found this. Eye Experts Please give your opinion. Is this Anterior Dislocation of Transplanted Lens?

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Eye surgery is nicely done, cornea is clear. This is air bubble in anterior chamber, IOL is behind the iris. You can ensure it's position by examining postoperative good vision of the patient. Control BP, vertigo may be due to associated atherosclerotic labyrinthitis also prescribe labyrinthine sedatives.

DECENTERING OF P C IOL ONE OF THE EDGES OF I IS PERPING IN AC AND TOUCHING IRIS RED EYE IS DUE TO IRIDOCYCLITS Topical steroids And non STERIODAL ANTI INFLAMMATORY EYE DROPS MAT BE WE MAY HAVE TO REMIVE THIS LENS AND PUT A C IOL

The bubble is most likely iatrogenic. When the lens is implanted, some saline is pushed to maintain the intraocular pressure in compensation of some acqeous lost from puncture of SC jxn

This is an air bubble injected into anterior chamber of eye during surgery . Results of surgery r satisfactory. The air bubble will be absorbed in 3 to 4 days and will disappear .

It's air bubble is anterior chamber. Will absorb on its own.

This is an air bubble. And it will be absorbed. No harm.

That appears to be a dislocated IOL.

Eye normal seek medical openion

Looks like gas bubble.

Yes it is air bubble

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