MCQ – 87776


 A 44-year-old patient presents with acute, unilateral ocular pain, a cloudy cornea, a mature cataract, a milky substance in the anterior chamber, and an intraocular pressure of 45 mm Hg. He gives a vague history of ocular trauma to the eye. Which of the following is true?


he is at a high-risk for cataract surgery.


he should be treated conservatively until the intraocular pressure normalizes, perhaps in a week.


one suspects a traumatic ruptured lens capsule.


he should have cataract surgery on an urgent basis.

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