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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) slit-lamp clinical picture showing foreign body-like structure (white fibrotic lesion) in the anterior chamber, attached to iris strands (b, white arrow) arising from the collerette. Furthermore, the white fibrotic lesion had dispersed brown pigmentation akin to that of the iris, suggesting a common origin. (c) Anterior segment optical coherence tomography confirming its attachment to the iris strands arising from the iris stroma (white arrow)

Figure 1: (a) slit-lamp clinical picture showing foreign body-like structure (white fibrotic lesion) in the anterior chamber, attached to iris strands (b, white arrow) arising from the collerette. Furthermore, the white fibrotic lesion had dispersed brown pigmentation akin to that of the iris, suggesting a common origin. (c) Anterior segment optical coherence tomography confirming its attachment to the iris strands arising from the iris stroma (white arrow)