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Figure 1: Buckle infection by Serratia marcescens. (a) Explanted scleral buckle showing reddish-brown deposits over the exposed portion of the buckle. (b) Scleral thinning with underlying uveal tissue noted. (c) Growth on both chocolate and blood agar. (d) Microscopic image showing Gram-negative rod-shaped bacillus identified as Serratia species

Figure 1: Buckle infection by <i>Serratia marcescens</i>. (a) Explanted scleral buckle showing reddish-brown deposits over the exposed portion of the buckle. (b) Scleral thinning with underlying uveal tissue noted. (c) Growth on both chocolate and blood agar. (d) Microscopic image showing Gram-negative rod-shaped bacillus identified as <i>Serratia species</i>