A rare case of bilateral lens dislocations

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A 39-year-old man presented to our hospital following transfer from a rural site with an acute right eye anterior lens dislocation following a traumatic blow to the head. He had been hit 7 days prior and had suffered gradual vision loss in the right eye since then. Visual acuity was counting fingers at 1 m in his right eye and perception of light in his left eye. He had an intraocular pressure (IOP) of 50 mm Hg in his right eye on arrival. He had a CT head non-contrast performed. The axial (figure 1) and sagittal (figures 2 and 3) slices demonstrated a right eye anterior lens dislocation and a left eye posterior lens dislocation. The left eye had been injured 3 years prior and the patient had not sought treatment for it at the time. On examination, the left eye was found to…

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