Figure 3.

The healing process and follow-up of fungal ulcers after CXL. A) Horse no. 2 presented with 2 stromal ulcers that had been treated for 1 month, initially with topical antibiotics and during the last week before CXL, when a diagnosis of fungal ulcerative keratitis was made, with topical natamycin. However, the response was considered poor and CXL was performed. The cornea was fluorescein negative at 9 days after CXL. B) The appearance 30 days and C) 19 months after CXL.

Hellander-Edman et al. BMC Veterinary Research 2013 9:128   doi:10.1186/1746-6148-9-128
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