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Intraocular Malignancy

  • Caroline ThaungEmail author
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Abstract

Intraocular malignancy may present as an alteration in vision, with a white pupil (hence retinoblastoma screening in children), with a secondarily blind painful eye in advanced disease, or it may be asymptomatic and detected on optometry examination.

Further Reading

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  4. Royal College of Pathologists cancer datasets and tissue pathways [Internet]. Available from https://www.rcpath.org/profession/guidelines/cancer-datasets-and-tissue-pathways.html. Cited 19 Dec 2018

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Eye PathologyUCL Institute of OphthalmologyLondonUK

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