Diffuse lymphoid infiltration of the uvea and periocular tissues
In 1967, Gass , described the clinical presentation and histopathology of an apparently non-neoplastic inflammatory pseudotumor of the uveal tract whose main characteristic was its diffuse thickening due to a lymphoplasmacytic infiltration which extended to the retrobulbar tissue and the optic nerve.
KeywordsRetinal Detachment Fluorescein Angiography Posterior Pole Reactive Lymphoid Hyperplasia Uveal Tract
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