Septic implantation syndrome
Septic implantation syndrome is an ophthalmic disease characterized by a slowly progressive or delayed-onset endophthalmitis with lens capsule rupture, lenticular abscess, and frequently intralenticular microorganisms.
The trauma invariably leads to lenticular-induced uveitis.
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