Explore the latest in intraocular tumors, including recent advances in diagnosis and management of retinoblastoma, uveal melanoma, and more.
This case report describes a vitreous eruption of a choroidal melanoma in a patient aged 64 years who presented with blurry vision.
A male patient aged 16 years with a recent history of blunt trauma to the periorbita presented with blurred vision, pain, and proptosis of the right eye. MRI imaging revealed an intraconal mass. What would you do next?
This case report of 2 patients describes peripheral Von Hippel-Lindau disease associated with a series of aflibercept injections.
A patient in their mid-60s presented with a left iris pigmented lesion that had been present for decades and remained stable in size. What would you do next?
An adult patient in their 70s presented with unilateral painless proptosis and blurred vision of the right eye that resolved with corticosteroid treatment. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a retrobulbar hemorrhage. Six months later, the hemorrhage and proptosis recurred, with incomplete resolution despite similar treatment. What would you do?
A 75-year-old woman who presented with decreased visual acuity and metamorphopsia in the right eye was referred for further evaluation of a pigmented epiretinal membrane. She had a history of cutaneous nodular melanoma in the right arm. What would you do next?
This cohort study assesses the incidence of conjunctival melanoma, associations between demographic factors, and trends over time in the US.
This case report discusses the follow-up of a woman with HR+/ERBB2 invasive ductal breast carcinoma metastatic to the lungs, brain, and spine.
This case report describes an uncommon artifact of ultrawide-field imaging derived from a large pterygium, which mimicked an intraocular tumor.
This cohort study compares the predicted metastasis-free survival with the observed metastasis-free survival in patients and in other published studies.
This case report describes a diagnosis of primary vitreoretinal lymphoma in a man aged 52 years who presented with blurred vision in his right eye and optic disc edema, macular inflammation, and cloudy vitelliform submaculopathy.
This case report describes a diagnosis of orbital embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma in a man aged 22 years who presented with eyelid ptosis and diplopia.
A middle-aged patient with a remote history of bilateral juvenile cataracts after posterior chamber intraocular lens placement (PCIOL) presented with decreased vision in the right eye for several months. Examination was notable for a superonasal area of pigmentation with elevation of the conjunctiva and an inferotemporally subluxed PCIOL in the right eye. What would you do next?
A 65-year-old woman presented with a 6-week history of blurry vision, ocular pain, and subconjunctival yellow discoloration in the left eye but no symptoms in the right eye. Suspicious retinal detachment and intraocular mass were identified, raising concerns for choroidal melanoma, but no indication of ocular trauma, jaundice, or cutaneous melanoma was found. What would you do next?
This case report describes a diagnosis of pineoblastoma in a child with a retinoblastoma pathogenic variant who presented with increasing head circumference and language and motor delay.
This case report evaluates the use of the human papillomavirus vaccine in treating conjunctival lesion in a woman in her 50s with HIV infection.
This case report describes a diagnosis of giant conjunctival carcinoma in a man aged 67 years with a presentation of decreased visual acuity.
A 13-month-old boy was brought to the emergency department by his parents for bilateral eyelid ecchymosis and edema for 1 month, as well as a mass on the right temporal area that was persistent for the past month and a half. He had hit the right side of his head on a table 1 month before symptoms developed, but had no other recent trauma. What would you do next?
This survey study evaluates variations in the definition of high-risk histopathologic features for metastasis of retinoblastoma in different ocular oncology practices around the world.
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