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detection of intraocular lens in anterior chamber by ordinary torch   Posted By Anant Bhargava    Date : 28-Jul-07   06:05 AM     Reply

I am not a doctor. I have a query which is related to an investigation of a case.

The query is as follows:

what is the probability that a doctor, who is not a specialist in opthalmology, will be able to detect an IOL implanted in anterior chamber of eye using an ordinary torch?

In other words, what are the chances that a non opthalmologist may miss detection of such lens durimg medical examination.

Other information : the patient is about 27 years old. the lens, as alleged, was implanted 3 years prior to date of examination


Replies to the above case discussion :

Re : detection of intraocular lens in anterior chamber by ordinary torch - dr anita 29-Jul-07    11:12 PM

Re : detection of intraocular lens in anterior chamber by ordinary torch - Dr Rajesh 31-Jul-07    09:36 AM




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