Presence in the anterior chamber can be confirmed by observation of the reflective needle tip. The silicone tube and its lumen can be appreciated when subsequently inserted into the anterior chamber. The presence of the needle in the sulcus can be confirmed by the lack of a signal from the needle and anterior displacement of the iris.
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