Year 2011 Vol. 19 No 1

PRACTICAL CASES

ZALUTSKY I.V., NAUMENKO L.V., VOZMITEL M.V., VAKKER A.V., BELOTSERKOVSKAYA M.V., YATSENKO V.P.

DIFFICULTY IN MALIGNANT INTRAOCULAR LYMPHOMA DIAGNOSIS OR MASQUERADE SYNDROME IN THE INTRAOCULAR MALIGNANT LYMPHOMA DIAGNOSIS

A complicated case of intraocular malignant lymphoma course is presented. The clinical stages of tumor course and diagnostics techniques are described: ophthalmoscopy, ultrasound investigation of the eye, brain MRI, morphological diagnostic methods. The bilateral subacute uveitis of the unknown origin with the presence of choroidal changes, should cause concern for malignant lymphoma of the CNS, both primary and secondary origin, and requires additional examination (MRI, lumbar puncture).

Keywords: intraocular malignant lymphoma, subacute uveitis
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