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    In this video, Dr. Riley Sanders and Dr. Sami Uwaydat demonstrate the removal of an Ozurdex implant that migrated into the anterior chamber of a pseudophakic patient. A hydrated Ozurdex implant becomes friable, making it challenging to use intraocular forceps to manipulate the implant. Thus, they used controlled injection of a viscoelastic agent to displace and prolapse the implant through a corneal wound.

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