Journal of Ophthalmology / 2015 / Article / Tab 4

Clinical Study

Effects of Lamellar Keratectomy and Intrastromal Injection of 0.2% Fluconazole on Fungal Keratitis

Table 4

Clinical characteristics of all 5 hypopyon cases.

PatientHypopyon height (mm)Max diameter of lesion (mm)Max depth of lesion (%)Healing time (days)Fungus identifiedUCVABCVA

113.538.08F. solani 20/200,
20/60
20/200, 20/40
242.537.09NegativeFC/20 cm,
20/60
FC/20 cm,
20/60
313.028.57F. moniliforme 20/160,
20/40
20/160,
20/25
435.022.33F. solani FC/BE,
20/80
FC/BE,
20/40
515.045.09F. solani FC/BE,
20/100
FC/BE,
20/60

UCVA and BCVA are before the first surgery and 90 days after surgery (before, after).

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