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Anterior Chamber Biomicroscopy in a Patient With Ebola Virus Disease

This slitlamp examination video illustrates left eye anterior chamber abnormalities consistent with previous severe inflammation, including residua of a white cataract (1), synechiae between the iris and posterior chamber (4), and a narrow angle between the cornea (3) and iris (2) in an eye with very low intraocular pressure (hypotonous) without active inflammation.

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