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Table 1 Clinical features and management outcomes of Kocuria endophthalmitis

From: Clinical presentations, management outcomes, and diagnostic dilemma in Kocuria endophthalmitis

Case no. Gender Age Presenting vision Setting of infection Anterior chamber findings Posterior segment findings Interval between symptom start and presentation (days) Initial intervention Number of repeat intravitreal antibiotic injections Follow-up in months Final visual acuity Final anatomic outcome Final visual outcome Cause of low final vision Species isolated
1 M 57 HM Post keratitis Corneal edema, perforation with TABCL in situ No view 30 Vitreous biopsy, IOAB 2 5 HM F UF Corneal scar K. varians
2 F 34 20/400 Post trauma Corneal tear, traumatic cataract No view 1 CTR, vitreous biopsy, IOAB 5 11 20/2400 F UF Corneal scar K. rosea
3 M 26 PL Post trauma Scleral tear, hypopyon, cataract No view 2 STR, PPV, IOAB, PPL 3 8 HM UF UF BSK, recurrent RD K. rosea
4 M 36 PL Post trauma Cornedema, hypopyon No view 20 PPV, PPL, IOAB 3 3 HM UF UF Recurrent RD K. kristinae
5 M 7 PL Post trauma Corneal tear, hypopyon No view 1 CTR, vit biopsy, IOAB 2 27 20/60 F F Central corneal scar K. kristinae
6 M 18 CFCF Post trauma Corneal tear, hypopyon No view 1 CTR, vit biopsy, IOAB 2 8 20/60 F F Central corneal scar K. kristinae
7 F 18 PL Endogenous Corneal edema, hypopyon No view 2 PPL, PPV, IOAB 2 2 HM F UF Recurrent vitritis K. rosea
8 F 52 CFCF Postoperative Corneal edema, AC cells Retina attached, disc seen hazily 4 PPV, IOAB 1 2 20/80 F F CME K. rosea
  1. TABCL tissue adhesive with bandage contact lens, IOAB intraocular antibiotics, CTR corneal tear repair, STR scleral tear repair, PPV pars plana vitrectomy, PPL pars plana lensectomy, F favorable, UF unfavorable