• Courtesy of David Teren, MD, and Evegeny Gelman, MD. Submitted by Emmanuel Bettach, MD.
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    Cataract/Anterior Segment

    A 50-year-old man, with an ophthalmic history of bilateral blindness due to traumatic optic neuropathy after a suicide attempt 30 years ago, presented to the ophthalmology clinic with a new “white stain” in his right eye noticed by his caregiver. The patient denied any ocular complaint. A slit-lamp examination showed a corneal band keratopathy and a white cataract anterior dislocation with a normal red reflex.