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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: A montage image of the left eye showing an attached retina postscleral buckling. An intravitreal cilium is seen (white arrow) – with the tip being partially embedded in the retina and the root, basal part, and shaft protruding into the vitreous cavity inferiorly. There is no intraocular inflammation as evidenced by the media clarity

Figure 1: A montage image of the left eye showing an attached retina postscleral buckling. An intravitreal cilium is seen (white arrow) – with the tip being partially embedded in the retina and the root, basal part, and shaft protruding into the vitreous cavity inferiorly. There is no intraocular inflammation as evidenced by the media clarity