Diminished visual acuity of the left eye after blunt trauma
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• The density of the lens of the left eye is lower, indicating a traumatic cataract.
• The anterior chamber of the left eye is shallower compared to the right side.
• The density in the anterior chamber is normal excluding hyphema.
• No evidence of vitreous body hemorrhage.
• The globe is rounded excluding vitreous rupture.
• Normal extra-ocular muscles.
• No retained foreign bodies.
• Bilateral mild maxillary sinusitis.
Diminished visual acuity with history of blunt trauma, diagnosed by ophthalmological examination as traumatic cataract.