Metastasis to Choroid

TS is a 56-year-old man with a long history of smoking. His medical history was positive for mild hypertension and borderline cholesterol. He presented to his optometrist with complaints of a shadow in the nasal field of vision in his right eye. His visual acuity measured 20/20 in both eyes and the external segment examination was normal. Fundus examination found a cream colored, dome-shaped lesion near the temporal equator. He was referred for fluorescein angiography, which revealed an area of choroidal hypofluorescence in the area of the lesion with adjacent pinpoint hyperfluorescence.


Lung Carcinoma Fluorescein Angiography Mild Hypertension Fundus Examination Temporal Equator 
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