Choroidal Melanoma

DW is a 67-year-old man with a 30+-year history of Coat’s disease in his right eye. He had undergone laser treatment years ago but had gradually lost the sight in the eye and it had become blind and painful with bullous keratopathy. He was scheduled for evisceration, but the surgeon ordered an ultrasound to eliminate any intraocular tumors.


Cataract Surgery Posterior Capsule Internal Signal Lens Capsule Choroidal Melanoma 

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