Unless there are complications (e.g. secondary glaucoma) or monocular diplopia the lens is left in place and management is optical. (Fig.
Symptoms of these patients mainly included decrease in visual acuity (17 cases, 47.2%), blurred vision (16 cases, 44.4%), glare (1 case, 2.8%), diplopia (1 case, 2.8%), and
Uniocular diplopia may result from partial aphakia. Anterior chamber becomes deep and irregular. Iridodonesis is usually present.