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Intrascleral with Intracorneal Cysticercosis: An Unusual Presentation

15 years old male reported with diminution of vision in the left eye of three months duration. He had a cystic lesion in the inferonasal area of the cornea straddling the limbus, partially on the cornea and partially on the sclera. Surgical excision of the lesion revealed it to be a continuous intrascleral and intracorneal cyst. Histopathology confirmed it to be a calcified cysticercosis.


Patyal S, Uday Y, Kakkar S and Sharma VK

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