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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Slit lamp photograph of the right eye. The pupil is dilated and slightly displaced superiorly and the anterior chamber is slightly shallow. There is an opaque corneal ulcer with gray edges. The iris is tented forward and adherent to the perforation site. Corneal vascularization is evident in the paracentral and inferotemporal areas.

Figure 1: Slit lamp photograph of the right eye. The pupil is dilated and slightly displaced superiorly and the anterior chamber is slightly shallow. There is an opaque corneal ulcer with gray edges. The iris is tented forward and adherent to the perforation site. Corneal vascularization is evident in the paracentral and inferotemporal areas.