First Author: T.A.Kamalden MALAYSIA
Co Author(s): E. Chan M. Naser C. Chee 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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To describe a non-invasive method of managing a dislocated Ozurdex implant in the anterior chamber
Ophthamology Clinic, National University Hospital, Singapore
An Ozurdex implant was administered for persistent cystoid macular edema in a pseudophakic eye with anterior chamber intraocular lens. A month later, the implant migrated anteriorly and settled on the inferior angle in the anterior chamber. The overlying cornea was slightly edematous.
The Ozurdex implant migrated slowly and posteriorly and into the vitreous cavity, without the need of any invasive repositioning procedures.
We describe a succesful repositioning of dislocated Ozurdex implant in a pseudophakic eye with an anterior chamber intraocular lens by repositioning alone, without any surgical intervention