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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Slit lamp photograph of the right eye showing whitish deposits at the peripheral cornea in a circumferential pattern; (b) slit lamp photograph of the left eye showing similar deposits in the left eye; (c) specular microscopy of the right eye showing a non-readable image in the right eye; (d) specular microscopy of the left eye showing reduced endothelial cell density, increased mean cell area and guttae; (e) anterior segment optical coherence tomography of the right eye showing thickened Descemet membrane and deposits at the posterior membrane level; (f) anterior segment optical coherence tomography of the left eye showing similar features as seen in the right eye

Figure 1: (a) Slit lamp photograph of the right eye showing whitish deposits at the peripheral cornea in a circumferential pattern; (b) slit lamp photograph of the left eye showing similar deposits in the left eye; (c) specular microscopy of the right eye showing a non-readable image in the right eye; (d) specular microscopy of the left eye showing reduced endothelial cell density, increased mean cell area and guttae; (e) anterior segment optical coherence tomography of the right eye showing thickened Descemet membrane and deposits at the posterior membrane level; (f) anterior segment optical coherence tomography of the left eye showing similar features as seen in the right eye