An 8-year-old boy with marasmus presented with poor vision. abnormalities in the eyes. diagnose?

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Old healed corneal ulcer forming pigmented corneal opacity suggesting fungal etiology
Xeropthalmia patient suffer from malnutrition so much chance of vita-A deficiency
Corneal xerosis with ulceration due to bit A deficiency.
Xerophthalmia Vitamin a deficiency
Keratomalacia Inj vit A Eye pad
Vitamin A deficiency
Xerophthalmia
vitamin A levels should be known ,bring them to normal levels after that keratoplasty for the left eye to be planned other wise the grafted cornea will also melts n get keratomalacia
pigmented lucomatous corneal opacity. Reinforce vet A and other deficiencies with proper doses advised by pedriatic neutritianist then plan penetrating keratoplasty.
Healed stage of keratomalacia with associated complications. Cornea totally protruded in right eye and sclerized & vascularized in both eyes.
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