• Simultaneous uveal and orbital spread of breast carcinoma occurred in a male patient. We believe that this case is unusual because of the rarity of ocular metastases from carcinoma of the breast in men and the extremely long interval (ten years) between detection of the primary tumor and appearance of metastatic disease.
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