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First Author: O.Dobrydnjova ESTONIA
Co Author(s): A. Klett
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To present an unusual case of a patient with cataract and ectopia pupillae.
East Tallinn Central Hospital Eye Clinic
Patient was operated due to congenital glaucoma 50 years before referral. Post surgery pupils were displaced upward. Age related cataract developed and caused further visual loss. Preoperative VA of both eyes was counting fingers. We performed iridoplasty and cataract surgery as a combined procedure on the right eye.
Postoperative visual aquity in the right eye was 0,2. Central position of the pupil was achieved with iris pupillary margin disinsertion.
In our case relatively good visual result was achieved after iris reconstruction combined with cataract surgery.