Photo Essays| Volume 55, ISSUE 5, P468-469, October 2020

Labyrinth opacification of intraocular lens

      The image corresponds to an opacified intraocular lens composed of hydrophilic acrylic material, causing important impairment of visual function in the patient. There are many reports of opacified lens composed of different materials, but it seems to affect hydrophilic acrylic lenses in most cases.
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