A case of bilateral metastatic Staphylococcus aureus endophthalmitis is presented. It evolved over a two-week period, causing some diagnostic confusion. Treatment with fusidic acid and benzylpenicillin resulted in the retention of useful vision in one eye and good vision in the other.
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