Ocular Lymphoma

KE is a 62-year-old man who presented to his ophthalmologist with the complaint of decreased vision in his right eye over several weeks. He had a history of systemic lymphoma that had been treated 18 months previously, resulting in remission. Examination found the visual acuity in his right eye to be 20/100 and his left eye 20/30. The slit-lamp examination was unremarkable but evaluation of the fundus demonstrated a yellow-orange diffuse thickening of the posterior pole.


Public Health Visual Acuity Malignant Cell Lumbar Puncture Inflammatory Infiltrate 

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