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G.H. Davis, E. Dai, D. Gombos; Ultrasound Biomicroscopic Features of Anterior Segment Infiltration from CNS Lymphoma . Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2006;47(13):2827.
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Uveal tract infiltration in patients with systemic lymphoma is uncommon. We discuss the UBM findings and clinical features of an HLA–B27 positive patient who initially presented with anterior uveitis and a peculiar iris infiltrate.
Clinical evaluation and literature review.
High frequency ultrasound biomicroscopy showed diffuse uvea thickening and characteristic changes leading to a systemic clinical evaluation that revealed underlying systemic lymphoma and CNS lymphoma
UBM is a valuable technique to evaluate iris lesions and to diagnose anterior segment involvement from systemic and secondary CNS lymphoma.
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