Look carefully at this photo taken at the slit-lamp microscope. What is happening in this eye? Describe what you see with the yellow, blue, and green arrows. The patient has 20/30 vision in this eye, chronic low-grade inflammation in the anterior chamber, evidence of red blood cells (micro-hyphema), and an intra-ocular pressure of 25 mmHg. The other eye is phakic with a mild cataract and 20/30 vision, IOP of 15 mmHg, evidence of prior LASIK, and an otherwise normal exam.
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