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- Rupture of the iris at its iris root frequently occurs following blunt trauma or penetrating injuries to the globe.
- Minimal with small iridodialyses
- With larger iridodyalises, patients may experience double pupil effect, monocular diplopia, glare and phophobia
- Commonly associated with hyphema and an irregular pupil
- May be single or multiple, small or extensive radially
- Damage of the trabecular meshwork and peripheral anterior synechiae may cause IOP elevation
- Bed rest and observation.
- Sunglasses, tinted contact lenses or those with artificial pupil may help reduce the symptoms.
- Surgical repair may be considered in cases of large dialyses or persistent monocular diplopia.