• Listeria endophthalmitis developed in a patient who was being treated for extensive metastases of carcinoma of the breast. At the time of admission she was receiving cobalt therapy, chemotherapy, and high doses of oral steroids. The early identification of organisms with an immediate paracentesis and the early institution of broad-spectrum antibiotics is recommended.
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