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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Preoperative pictures showed an advanced ocular surface disorder in the chronic inflammation phase with raised whitish-gray opacifications (arrows) above the corneal surface, marked 360-degree corneal vascularization (arrowheads) with vessel extending 4–5 mm from the limbus into the center of the cornea in the right eye (A) and 1–2 mm in the left eye (B).

Figure 1: Preoperative pictures showed an advanced ocular surface disorder in the chronic inflammation phase with raised whitish-gray opacifications (arrows) above the corneal surface, marked 360-degree corneal vascularization (arrowheads) with vessel extending 4–5 mm from the limbus into the center of the cornea in the right eye (A) and 1–2 mm in the left eye (B).