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Shah et al (p. 352) assessed the clinical features, treatment, and prognosis of patients with uveal metastasis from lung cancer. They found that 44% of patients with uveal metastasis had not been diagnosed with lung cancer at the time the metastasis was discovered. In addition, they found that, although current methods of ocular treatment allow patients to retain the globe and provide stable vision, long-term prognosis remains poor. For this retrospective review, the researchers analyzed the charts of 194 patients (229 eyes with 374 metastases). The main outcome measures were tumor (Read more...)

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