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Post Traumatic Left Eye Injuries
Post Traumatic Left Eye Injuries

This exhibit features the following images on one 30'x40' board:rn1. Anterior portrait view of left face and eyeshowing the partially opacified, reddened and swollen secondary to the initial impact.rn2. A cut section through the post injury left eye reflects the following:rn-Traumatic posteriorly dislocated lens.rn-Developing retinal detachment, at the periphery.rn-Vitreous hemorrhage and opacities.rn3. A further detailed cut-section through the anterior chamber identifies the disruption of the fluid drainage pathway, with increased pressure and developing glaucoma.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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