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Figure 3: (a) Intraoperative image showing one Type 50.F Morcher capsular tension ring within the capsular bag in front of the intraocular lens and the second device immediately before insertion in a case of longstanding, severe traumatic mydriasis. (b) The second identical endocapsular ring is dialed in front of the first ring within the capsular bag. The fins of the two devices overlap creating a completely opaque peripheral zone and a small artificial pupil at the end of the procedure (note minimal contraction of the natural pupil despite intracameral acetylcholine). (c) Image showing (in a pharmacologically dilated pupil) two overlapping, temporal sited, Type 96F Morcher segments plus an intraocular lens in the capsular bag, in an eye with an area of asymmetric traumatic mydriasis following previous trauma. (d) Image of the same eye demonstrating functional pupillary aperture in the resting ambient state of iris constriction

Figure 3: (a) Intraoperative image showing one Type 50.F Morcher capsular tension ring within the capsular bag in front of the intraocular lens and the second device immediately before insertion in a case of longstanding, severe traumatic  mydriasis. (b) The second identical endocapsular ring is dialed in front of the first ring within the capsular bag. The fins of the two devices overlap creating a completely opaque peripheral zone and a small artificial pupil at the end of the procedure (note minimal contraction of the natural pupil despite intracameral acetylcholine). (c) Image showing (in a pharmacologically dilated pupil) two overlapping, temporal sited, Type 96F Morcher segments plus an intraocular lens in the capsular bag, in an eye with an area of asymmetric traumatic mydriasis following previous trauma. (d) Image of the same eye demonstrating functional pupillary aperture in the resting ambient state of iris constriction