Journal of Ophthalmology / 2018 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Corneal Debridement Combined with Intrastromal Voriconazole for Recalcitrant Fungal Keratitis

Figure 2

(a) The fungal ulcer (size: 5 mm) located in the paracentral of the cornea. This case suffered hypopyon of about 1 mm. (b) AS-OCT shows the strong reflection of the infiltrate; the depth was about 392 μm. (c) Mass hyphae were found by ICVM pretreatment. (d) The corneal epithelium nearly healed with a little nebula at 6 days after corneal debridement. (e) AS-OCT showed the residual depth of cornea (340 μm) at 8 days after corneal debridement. (f) No hypha was found by ICVM at 8 days after corneal debridement.
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