GP is a 56-year-old man who presented with moderate corneal edema, anterior chamber reaction, and a cortical cataract. He gave a history of a lacerated globe by a piece of glass with immediate surgical repair a number of years previously. He had not seen well out of the eye since that time and the vision had gradually deteriorated to bare light perception over the past year. He felt a frequent aching pain in the eye and noticed that it looked red most of the time.
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