Case 2: Linear Corneal Laceration from Broken Glass
A 24-year-old woman presented with a Zone I open globe injury of the left eye from a shattered glass door. During surgical repair of the open globe injury, retained small foreign bodies were identified and removed intraoperatively. The pre-operative and post-operative course was uncomplicated, resulting in excellent visual acuity. This case demonstrates the potential for excellent visual outcomes in cases of Zone I injury, as well as the importance of careful intraoperative exploration for potentially retained foreign body material.