Adherent leukoma and epithelial inclusion cyst after penetrating trauma
Photographer: Brice Critser, CRA; Randy Verdick, FOPS
The cystic nature of the mass can be seen on B-scan echography.
The wound was found to be Seidel positive and a mini-penetrating keratoplasty (mini-PKP), was performed. The iris cyst was later aspirated and ethanol was injected into the capsule to prevent regrowth.
The patient has maintained 20/25 acuity postoperatively with minimal regrowth of the cyst.
Please see our archive of historical images for more entries related to leukoma:
- Central corneal leukoma
- Adherent leukoma I
- Adherent leukoma II
- Corneal leukoma with iridodialysis
- Macula of the cornea vs nebula and leukoma
- Erratic tattoo of corneal leukoma
- Leukoma from hypopyon ulcer
- Smallpox - vascularized leukoma OD and adherent leukoma OS
- Xerotic plaque in center of neovascularized corneal leukoma
- Adherent leukoma with aftercataract and with needling scar at limbus
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