Metastatic sarcoma of the choroid is an unusual condition. Parsons,1 in his book "The Pathology of the Eye," made the statement that there are no well authenticated cases of this condition on record. He expressed the belief that in all cases of sarcoma of the choroid it is impossible to be absolutely certain that the eye contains the primary tumor, but that the balance of evidence is in favor of this view.
In an examination of the literature, the following nine case reports have been found. The literature is discussed by Ginsberg2 in the "Handbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomie und Histologie" by Henke and Lubarsch, but the condition is sufficiently unusual to allow a brief review of the reported cases at this time.
In 1870, Brömser3 reported a case of melanotic sarcoma of the choroid that occurred a year after a pigmented nevus had been removed from