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Ocular Lymphoma: My Left Eye is Blind

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Title:  Ocular Lymphoma: My Left Eye is Blind
Author:  Brian Zaugg
Date:  02/08/2012
Keywords/Main Subjects: CLL; B-cell lymphoma; Masquerade syndromes; CNS lymphoma; Intraocular lymphoma; Steroid unresponsive uveitis; Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
Secondary CORE Category: Ophthalmic Pathology / Ocular Involvement in Systemic Malignancies / Lymphomatous Tumors
Third CORE Category:  Intraocular Inflammation and Uveitis / Masquerade Syndromes / Neoplastic Masquerade Syndromes
Diagnosis: Ocular lymphoma
Brief Description: This is a case report of an elderly male who presented with sudden, painless loss of vision in one eye and a history of B-cell lymphoma, previously treated with chemotherapy. He was diagnosed with primary central nervous system lymphoma and ocular lymphoma. A review of ocular lymphoma diagnosis, pathophysiology, and management is undertaken.
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_15769
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