MCQ – 87964


A 45-year-old woman is hit in the left eye with a metallic foreign body. On examination, you observe a corneal laceration, rupture of the lens capsule with lens opacification and subluxation, and vitreous present anterior to the lens. No foreign body is found and the posterior pole appears normal. Following repair of the corneal laceration, which of the following is the best approach?


Pars plana vitrectomy, lensectomy


Extracapsular cataract extraction via nucleus expression, anterior vitrectomy


Extracapsular cataract extraction via phacoemulsification, anterior vitrectomy


Intracapsular cataract extraction, anterior vitrectomy

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