- Trauma may dislodge PC IOL to the anterior or posterior chamber or even to the subconjunctival space.
- Depends on the position of the dislocated IOL, it may give symptoms of:
- Fluctuating visual acuity
- Monocular diplopia
- Painful eye
- Partial or total dislocated IOL
- Can be complicated with inflammatory reactions, pigment dispersion, corneal decompensation,glaucoma, cystoid macular edema or retinal detachment.
- IOL removal and replaced by new IOL.
- IOL reposition.
- Specific treatment of the other complications.