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Repositioning of Ozurdex implant in the anterior chamber

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First Author: T.A.Kamalden MALAYSIA

Co Author(s):    E. Chan   M. Naser   C. Chee            0   0 0   0 0   0 0   0 0

Abstract Details



Purpose:

To describe a non-invasive method of managing a dislocated Ozurdex implant in the anterior chamber

Setting:

Ophthamology Clinic, National University Hospital, Singapore

Methods:

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.

Results:

The Ozurdex implant migrated slowly and posteriorly and into the vitreous cavity, without the need of any invasive repositioning procedures.

Conclusions:

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

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