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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1 (a) Is a closed globe injury but a penetrating injury of the cornea (i.e. not of the globe): the object violated the cornea but did not cause a through and through wound. Injury b is an open-globe trauma; it is a perforating (through-and-through) injury of the cornea but a penetrating (into, not through) injury of the globe [3].

Figure 1 (a) Is a closed globe injury but a penetrating injury of the cornea (i.e. not of the globe): the object violated the cornea but did not cause a through and through wound. Injury b is an open-globe trauma; it is a perforating (through-and-through) injury of the cornea but a penetrating (into, not through) injury of the globe [3].