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Fig. 2 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 2

From: Genetic analysis of varicella-zoster virus in the aqueous humor in uveitis with severe hyphema

Fig. 2

Anterior photographs of the left eye. a At 2 days after presentation, the hyphema had been partially absorbed and visibility of anterior chamber had improved. b At 2 weeks after presentation, the hyphema had completely disappeared and segmental iris atrophy was revealed. c At 4 months after presentation, segmental iris atrophy, distorted pupil, and posterior synechiae were observed. d At 4 months after presentation, rubeosis iridis emerged. e At 5 months after presentation, the rubeosis iridis had disappeared and iris atrophy was clearly observable

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