FA is a 45-year-old woman who presented with complaints of poor vision in her right eye for several months. She had waited for her medical insurance to become effective before seeking medical attention. She initially experienced a red, painful eye, but it had become less irritated over time. Examination found visual acuity in the right eye of 20/80 and in the left eye of 20/20. Intraocular pressure measured 2 mm OD and 15 mm OS. Slit-lamp examination demonstrated 2+ mutton-fat keratic precipitates, 270° of posterior synechiae with a fixed pupil, and a 3+ nuclear sclerotic cataract. The posterior segment could not be visualized.
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