A rare case of Enterococcus faecalis-induced orbital celluli
A 10-year-old Asian Indian male child was brought to the emergency services of our tertiary care hospital with progressive bulging of the left eye for the past 7 days. It was associated with deep constant periorbital pain, inability to close the eye, fever with no rigors or chills, discharge, and decreased vision. The patient gave a history of scratching of boil over the left upper eyelid 3 days before start of symptoms. There was no history of upper respiratory tract infection, toothache, ear discharge, insect bite, or trauma. The patient had received oral penicillins before presentation at our center, but there was no relief....

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