Lost Contact Lens Behind the Eye

Dr. Croley describes a patient who thought their contact lens was stuck behind their eye. Many patients believe that a contact lens may slight off their cornea and slip behind the eye. The anatomy of the eye prevents the lens from going that far as the conjunctiva ends about half way around the eye posterior from the front of the eye. In most cases the contact lens has been lost from the eye.

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