Ring Melanoma

AT is a 26-year-old man who was noted to have a pigmented lesion of his right iris on examination 2 years previously. UBM had been performed on his initial visit and was consistent with an iris nevus of the temporal iris (Fig. 327). He was instructed to return for follow-up in 6 months but came back 2 years later when he noted increased iris pigmentation. At this time slit-lamp examination demonstrated pigmentary deposition in the angle from the 4:00 meridian around to 12:30. Some pigmented cells were noted in the anterior chamber. His intraocular pressure in that eye was 26 mm versus 17 mm in his left eye.


Anterior Chamber Pigment Cell Ciliary Body Pigment Lesion Choroidal Melanoma 
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