I'm almost positive I have two small strands of lens cortex trapped behind my lens. The surgeon couldn't get to all of it and didn't want to break the bag.
I had a second surgery because the lens rotated and needed to be repositiined. During this second surgery I had issues with eye pressure and the eye was lowered to a pressure of 4. My guess is these remain cortex pieces made their way in during this time.
Currently any bright light produces a large line that expands several feet.
I look at my lens through a pinhole and can see these two tiny strands and when light crosses them the large band of light appears. When light does not cross them, the band is not there.
So the question is what can be done? It seems almost impossible for a good outcome. Im very concerned and have no idea what to do. I do not want a lens exchange as I am finally getting used to the lens and would be satisfied if I didn't have the huge band of light. I did read that this material can dissolve, but that is in the vitreous and this is trapped in the lens. I was curious if ultrasound could break it up or if something else could be done?