2007 Series - January 23, 2007
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|One year after cataract surgery, a 68-year-old patient presents with the above finding on slit lamp examination.|
|This most likely represents: |
||retained lens nuclei |
||signs of acute bacterial endophthalmitis|
||clusters of proliferated epithelial cells |
||a damaged IOL|
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