Woman with pulmonary lesions presents with ptosis

A 65-year-old woman was referred to the New England Eye Center with a 6-week history of throbbing right brow pain and 4 weeks of progressive right upper lid ptosis with diplopia when the ptotic lid was lifted.
Five months earlier, she had presented to her primary care physician with a 2-month history of non-productive cough and weight loss. A chest X-ray revealed scattered soft tissue nodules throughout both lungs with an 8-cm right lower lobe mass suspicious for malignancy (Figure 1). CT of the chest and abdomen confirmed the presence (Read more...)

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