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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Slit-lamp photograph of the left eye on: (a) The second postoperative week revealing conjunctival and circumcorneal congestion with fibrin over the anterior lens capsule and a hypopyon of 2 mm. (b) The third postoperative week revealing significant reduction in the inflammation with a reduction in the hypopyon, but the cataract showed significant progression with a visible white plaque on the posterior lens surface. (c) The fourth postoperative week revealing worsening of condition indicated by an increase in the hypopyon and the cataract with a white plaque posteriorly. (d) The fifth postoperative week revealing reduced congestion, a quiet anterior chamber and aphakia with an intact anterior capsule

Figure 1: Slit-lamp photograph of the left eye on: (a) The second postoperative week revealing conjunctival and circumcorneal congestion with fibrin over the anterior lens capsule and a hypopyon of 2 mm. (b) The third postoperative week revealing significant reduction in the inflammation with a reduction in the hypopyon, but the cataract showed significant progression with a visible white plaque on the posterior lens surface. (c) The fourth postoperative week revealing worsening of condition indicated by an increase in the hypopyon and the cataract with a white plaque posteriorly. (d) The fifth postoperative week revealing reduced congestion, a quiet anterior chamber and aphakia with an intact anterior capsule