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Figure 3: Patient 2, (a and b) Anterior segment picture of right eye showed marked conjunctival and scleral congestion, iris prolapse at site of scleral necrosis nasally with pus point at 6 o'clock, keratic precipitates on corneal endothelium and 1 mm hypopyon, (c) Day 17 of presentation, the infection increased further with formation of condensed exudates (like a ball) in the anterior chamber inferonasally. External cryotherapy (shown as blue dots) was applied to the sclera in the affected area, (d) At the last visit, 9 months from presentation, regressed nasal scleral nodule with conjunctiva covering the area of scleral perforation, thinning and iris prolapse, deep corneal vascularization was seen nasally with neovascularization of iris and total cataract

Figure 3: Patient 2, (a and b) Anterior segment picture of right eye showed marked conjunctival and scleral congestion, iris prolapse at site of scleral necrosis nasally with pus point at 6 o'clock, keratic precipitates on corneal endothelium and 1 mm hypopyon, (c) Day 17 of presentation, the infection increased further with formation of condensed exudates (like a ball) in the anterior chamber inferonasally. External cryotherapy (shown as blue dots) was applied to the sclera in the affected area, (d) At the last visit, 9 months from presentation, regressed nasal scleral nodule with conjunctiva covering the area of scleral perforation, thinning and iris prolapse, deep corneal vascularization was seen nasally with neovascularization of iris and total cataract