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Figure 2: Pre- and post-operative slit-lamp photographs of a 28-year old lady with chronic anterior uveitis. Initially, she was treated with only topical and sub-tenon's corticosteroids, and not ATT due to pregnancy. The right (a) and left (b) eye before cataract surgery. Following uneventful phacoemulsification, the best spectacle- corrected visual acuity in the right eye (c) was 20/50 (-1.0dcyl x200) and in the left eye (d) was 20/20 (-1.0dcyl x1600). There was an epiretinal membrane in the right eye

Figure 2: Pre- and post-operative slit-lamp photographs of a 28-year old lady with chronic anterior uveitis. Initially, she was treated with only topical and sub-tenon's corticosteroids, and not ATT due to pregnancy. The right (a) and left (b) eye before cataract surgery. Following uneventful phacoemulsification, the best spectacle- corrected visual acuity in the right eye (c) was 20/50 (-1.0dcyl x20<sup>0</sup>) and in the left eye (d) was 20/20 (-1.0dcyl x160<sup>0</sup>). There was an epiretinal membrane in the right eye