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Figure 4: (A) A one month old infant with pseudomembranous conjunctivitis was photographed using the C-BLU filter at various time-points. (B) A large epithelial defect with stain-positive areas on the cornea of infant on presentation. (C) The stain-positive areas have reduced in size after two days of treatment. (D) After four days of treatment, the epithelial defect shows regression with localization.

Figure 4: (<b>A</b>) A one month old infant with pseudomembranous conjunctivitis was photographed using the C-BLU filter at various time-points. (<b>B</b>) A large epithelial defect with stain-positive areas on the cornea of infant on presentation. (<b>C</b>) The stain-positive areas have reduced in size after two days of treatment. (<b>D</b>) After four days of treatment, the epithelial defect shows regression with localization.