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    Cornea/External Disease, Retina/Vitreous

    Drs. Mohamed Adenwalla and Benjamin Reiss encounter an unusual case of a posteriorly dislocated endothelial graft, which falls into the vitreous of a pseudophakic patient. The graft was visualized sitting on top of the retina, however, attempts to remove the graft using a vitreous cutter was unsuccessful. They proceed with a sclerotomy, and the graft was externalized using ILM forceps. The remaining debris was moved using the vitreous cutter.