A Slightly Displaced Pupil in One Eye
A boy aged 17 years presented after noticing that his right pupil was off-center without associated symptoms of decreased vision, ocular pain, diplopia, glare, or haloes and with no history of ocular infection, surgical procedure, or trauma. Slitlamp examination confirmed mild corectopia in the right eye, along with 4 clock hours of iridocorneal touch nasally and a “hammered silver” appearance to the involved cornea. What would you do next?
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