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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Slit photograph of the right eye showing central corneal infiltration with a size of 5.5 × 6 mm with feathery margin, dry appearance, and typical satellite lesions characteristic for fungal keratitis. (b) Photomicrograph of gram staining of the specimen (×40) reveals mycelia in favor of fungal keratitis. Culture was negative. (c) Delayed repeat culture (after 1 month) became positive in blood agar (top left), chocolate agar (top right), and Sabouraud's dextrose agar (down) environments

Figure 1: (a) Slit photograph of the right eye showing central corneal infiltration with a size of 5.5 × 6 mm with feathery margin, dry appearance, and typical satellite lesions characteristic for fungal keratitis. (b) Photomicrograph of gram staining of the specimen (×40) reveals mycelia in favor of fungal keratitis. Culture was negative. (c) Delayed repeat culture (after 1 month) became positive in blood agar (top left), chocolate agar (top right), and Sabouraud's dextrose agar (down) environments