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Congratulations to the winner of our August quiz, William F. Keeling, PhD, MD, Indiana Eye Clinic, Greenwood, Ind. The correct answer to our August challenge was nodular posterior scleritis. For a complete discussion of this case, see the Clinicopathologic Reports section in the September ARCHIVES (Demirci H, Shields CL, Honavar SG, Shields JA, Bardenstein DS. Long-term follow-up of giant nodular posterior scleritis simulating choroidal melanoma. Arch Ophthalmol. 2000;118:1290-1292).
Be sure to visit the Archives of Ophthalmology World Wide Web site (http://www.archophthalmol.com) and try your hand at our Clinical Challenge Interactive Quiz. We invite visitors to make a diagnosis based on selected information from a case report or other feature scheduled to be published in the following month's print edition of the ARCHIVES. The first visitor to e-mail our Web editors with the correct answer will be recognized in the print journal and on our Web site and will also receive a free copy of the book One Hundred Years of JAMA Landmark Articles. Figure 1
Wide-angle fundus photograph shows dome-shaped subretinal mass in the left eye measuring 13 × 12 mm basally and 7.5 mm in thickness, located in the inferonasal quadrant with slight serous subretinal fluid overlying it.
November 2000. Arch Ophthalmol. 2000;118(11):1596. doi:10.1001/archopht.118.11.1596