CUTANEOUS MALIGNANT MELANOMA METASTATIC TO THE VITREOUS


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Abstract

We describe a patient with dysplastic nevus syndrome and cutaneous melanoma in whom vitreous involvement was the first sign of metastatic disease. Cytologic examination of vitreous aspirate can usually confirm the diagnosis. Enucleation may be a treatment option if the vitreous is the sole metastatic site.

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