A 48 year-old man has had recurrent
attacks of painful right eye. The vision was 6/36 and there was
significant cataract. Previously, he required periocular steroid
injection to control the attacks. The eye was poorly dilated with
a. What do the pictures show?
b. Is it necessary to carry out further investigations?
c. How would you prepare the patient for cataract surgery?
d. How would you approach the cataract if you were to perform
phacoemulsification on him?