Protruded Eye mass

A 7 Yr old boy presented with a protrusion of the left eye of 3 years duration following an event of sharp trauma to that eye the patient's mother reported an accidental cut to his left eye while he played with a kitchen knife 3 years previously. Immediately after the accident he was brought to the local hospital & seen by a general practitioner. The patient complained of a red eye, pain, and loss of vision. He was given an eye patch, eye drops, and oral antibiotics and managed as an outpatient. 2 months after the injury, the patient complained of an enlarging whitish protrusion of his left eye. Now how should we treat?

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This eye will need corneal transplant It is anterior staphyloma Pt has already lost the vision may land in pthysis bulbi and lead to enucleation
Thanx dr Pushkar ji Bhomia
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