Ophthalmologists woud say that in this eye the pupil has been lost. It suggests severe inflammation in which the edges of a tiny miotic pupil have simply fused together. Notice the dark iris and the white masses – probably old fibrin clots. In fact the globe is considerably smaller than the contralateral eye and the intraocular pressure is only 3mmHg while the pressure in the other eye is a normal 15mmHg. The eye is undergoing phthysis and no return to vision is possible. Anti-inflammatory medication to ensure freedom from pain is important as are antibiotics to maintain orbital sterility.