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  • Courtesy of Dr. Tanvi Gaonker, FICO, MS, DNB.
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    Cataract/Anterior Segment

    Anterior dislocation of the small diameter lens may cause acute pupillary block glaucoma. Mydriatics are used to resolve this attack contrary to the use of miotics in an acute angle closure glaucoma episode, hence termed as inverse pupillary block glaucoma. Note the dilated pupil in the image.