Case contributed by Maulik S Patel
Diagnosis certain


Remote history of trauma to the right eye. No history of eye surgery in the past.

Patient Data

Age: 50 years
Gender: Male

The symptomatic right eye shows increased axial length. There is non-visualization of the lens at normal location. There is no dislocated lens in the posterior segment. There are vitreous membranes showing after movements. There is no retinal or choroidal detachment.

The asymptomatic left eye shows normal lens and normal axial length. 

Case Discussion

Ultrasound shows non-visualization of right eye lens known as aphakia. Aphakia can be congenital, post-traumatic, post-surgical. The case represents post-traumatic aphakia.

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