Introduction: A sharp upsurge in the number of coronavirus disease-associated mucormycosis cases was noted during the second wave of coronavirus disease in India. The fungal hyphae spread from the nasal mucosa, orbit to the brain, hence otherwise called rhino-orbito-cerebral mucormycosis (ROCM). Prompt diagnosis and early initiation of treatment with amphotericin B, aggressive surgical debridement of the PNS, and orbital exenteration, where indicated, are essential for successful outcome. This study is done to enumerate the clinical, radiological, and histopathological findings of post-exenterated specimens of ROCM. Methods: This is a non-randomized cross-sectional study conducted at a tertiary care center. Ten post-exenterated specimens were examined histopathologically for the involvement of the central retinal artery, superior ophthalmic vein (SOV), optic nerve, muscle, and orbital fat showing necrosis. Clinical findings of these 10 patients were studied retrospectively for visual loss, proptosis, extraocular movements for muscle involvement, scleral necrosis, and fundus findings for artery or vein occlusions. Preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings like the number of orbital quadrants showing soft tissue thickening or tissue enhancement, diffusion restriction in the optic nerve, soft tissue enhancement seen at the orbital apex or superior orbital fissure, loss of flow void in the left internal carotid artery, enlargement of the SOV containing filling defect on post-contrast images were noted. Results: Optic nerve involvement was seen in 100% patients clinically, 70% on MRI, and 50% on histopathological examination (HPE). Muscle involvement was seen in 100% patients clinically, 90% on MRI, and 80% on HPE. None of the patients had scleral necrosis clinically. Scleral tenting was seen in 20% patients on MRI and 20% on HPE. Clinically, central retinal artery involvement was seen in 40%, and cilioretinal artery involvement was seen in 10%. MRI could not give much information on artery involvement. Clinically, none of them had central retinal vein occlusion. 20% had an enlarged SOV seen on MRI. HPE showed vascular involvement in 90% of the specimens. Conclusion: Clinical, radiological, and histopathological findings play a major role in the diagnosis, staging, and follow-up of ROCM.