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Metastasis to Choroid

GS is a 61-year-old man with a history of colon cancer who presented with a shadow just below the center in his left eye for a month. He presented to his optometrist who found vision of 20/20-1 OD and 20/25-2 OS. Fundus examination revealed an orange coloration of the paramacular area, but a distinct mass was not appreciated. The patient was referred for fluorescein angiography that demonstrated diffuse leakage from the choriocapillaris.

Keywords

Fluorescein Angiography Choroidal Thickening Orange Coloration Fundus Examination Central Nervous System Lymphoma 
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