Inverse pseudohypopyon refers to material in the anterior chamber that forms a band at the top of the chamber.
This usually arises status post pars plana vitrectomy with insertion of silicone oil during the procedure. As the silicone oil becomes emulsified it floats to top of the anterior chamber.
In theory the injection of an oil-rich drug formulation could also cause an inverse pseudohypopyon.
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