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Successful treatment of exogenous aspergillus endophthalmitis: a case report.
  1. P. C. Ho,
  2. F. I. Tolentino and
  3. A. S. Baker


    We describe the first case of successfully treated exogenous aspergillus endophthalmitis following penetrating injury and primary scleral wound repair. After repeated vitreous surgery with multiple intravitreous instillations of amphotericin B combined with intravenous antifungal therapy the patient's visual acuity was 6/18. A vigorous approach in the management of mycotic endophthalmitis is emphasised and the role of closed vitrectomy discussed.

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