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Figure 1: Axial computed tomography (CT) (a) of the head through the orbit with the patient lying in a supine position with the head in a neutral position reveals that the crystalline lens is lying posteriorly within the eyeball (arrow) in a dependent position. Coronal CT (b) of the head through the orbit with the patient lying in a supine position with the head in a hyperextended position reveals that the crystalline lens has now shifted to the superior aspect of the vitreous chamber in the eyeball (arrow) which is again the dependent position with respect to the new patient position

Figure 1: Axial computed tomography (CT) (a) of the head through the orbit with the patient lying in a supine position with the head in a neutral position reveals that the crystalline lens is lying posteriorly within the eyeball (arrow) in a dependent position. Coronal CT (b) of the head through the orbit with the patient lying in a supine position with the head in a hyperextended position reveals that the crystalline lens has now shifted to the superior aspect of the vitreous chamber in the eyeball (arrow) which is again the dependent position with respect to the new patient position