Eye and ocular aspergillosis

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Corneal ulcer - gram stain. Corneal scrapings were taken from a 67 yr old farmer presenting with a corneal ulcer of the right eye. A piece of vegetable matter was embedded in the cornea and scrapings were done. Gram stain (500x magnification) showed (click for details)
Aspergillus keratitis. Severs aspergillus keratitis in patient from Pakistan (click for details)
Aspergillus endopthalmitis. Temporal necrosis due to Aspergillus endopthalmitis as part of disseminated disease. No evidence of vitritis. Systemic treatment essential. (click for details)
Aspergillus keratitis - a case of fungal keratitis following amnoiotic membrane transplantation (AMT) for bullous keratopathy. Slit-lamp photograph of left eye showing ring shaped stromal infiltrate. (click for details)
Aspergillus keratitis. Good example of Aspergillus keratitis caused by A.glaucus. Usually A.fumitagus and A.flavus are the causes. (click for details)
Corneal ulcer - gram stain. Corneal scrapings were taken from a 67 yr old farmer presenting with a corneal ulcer of the right eye. A piece of vegetable matter was embedded in the cornea and scrapings were done. Gram stain (500x magnification) showed (click for details)
Aspergillus keratitis. Shrunken eye as a consequence of this infection (click for details)
Candida keratitis. Subacute onset of candida keratitis in a young adult in whom dust blew into her eye in Greece. A slightly “feathery” edge to stromal involvement is suggestive of fungal infection (click for details)
Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Left eye. (click for details)
The external eye shows gross conjunctival chemosis from a panophthalmitis due to Aspergillus (click for details)

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