Photographs of the right eye. Photographs of the right eye showing marked temporal conjunctival and scleral injections at the first visit (a) and anterior chamber inflammation with hypopyon 1 week after the first visit (b). Intraoperatively, a yellow-white massive vitreous opacity (white arrows) was observed at the supero-temporal retina and a foreign body (white triangle) resembling a cilium was found in the vitreous opacity (c). A focal scleral necrosis (arrows) was detected just outside where the foreign body was observed (d). LRM, lateral rectus muscle.