Iridodialysis occurs when the iris becomes separated from the rest of the eye. It is generally caused by either a blunt or piercing eye injury. Minor iridodialyses may have no symptoms and might not require treatment. Those with more severe cases can suffer from extreme sensitivity to light. Such cases can lead to glaucoma or hyphema. Treatment involves bed-rest, a specialized drug regime, and careful observation and cleaning.

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