Uveal Metastasis from Lung Cancer: Clinical Features, Treatment, and Outcome in 194 Patients – Corrected Proof

Purpose: To evaluate the clinical features, treatment, and prognosis of patients with uveal metastasis from lung cancer.Design: Retrospective chart review.Participants: There were 194 patients with a diagnosis of uveal metastasis from lung cancer.Intervention: Radiotherapy, chemotherapy, enucleation, or observation.Main Outcome Measures: Ocular tumor control, final visual acuity, and tumor-related death.Results: There were 374 uveal metastatic tumors originating from primary lung cancer in 229 eyes of 194 patients. Tumor location included choroid (88%), ciliary body (2%), and iris (10%), with bilateral involvement in 18%. Diagnosis of uveal metastasis preceded the diagnosis of primary lung cancer in 44% of patients. The choroidal metastatic (Read more...)

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