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Primary Malignant Melanoma of Orbit

Nickens CMN - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Primary Malignant Melanoma of Orbit

History: - 50 YOM - Proptosis - Tearing - Visual loss - Swollen right eye - Painless to painful - 8 ms PMH: Arthritis, hypercholesterolemia. FH: Great grandfather was blind (cause unknown. Maternal grandfather had colon cancer

Findings: Head MRI: - “ The lacrimal lesion demonstrates a heterogenous pattern of enhancement and is low signal on T1. - The posterior orbital lesion has more homogenous pattern of enhancement with low T1 signal. - The intracranial portion demonstrates hi T1 signal which is not fat and enhances mildly. - This could represent calcification, blood products, melanin, or mucinous material”

Exam: Eye Examination: - VA: NLP OD, 20/20 OS - IOP: 19 mm OD, 19 mm OS - Ptosis and inflammation RUL - Severe proptosis - Chemosis and injection OD - Hard nodule over RLG and RUL Ocular Examination: - Palpebral fissures: 10 mm OD, 8 mm OS - Hertel Ex: 28 mm OD, 10 mm OS - Pupillary Ex: 3-4 mm pup defect OD - Fundus: complete ON atrophy General Examination: - Normal Neurologic examination - Normal Chest x-ray - No lymphadenopathy - No skin melanoma

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Primary Malignant Melanoma of Orbit

Nickens CMN - MedPix (2007)

Histology of a patient with Primary Malignant Melanoma of Orbit.
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MPX2375_synpic37461: Histology of a patient with Primary Malignant Melanoma of Orbit.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Primary Malignant Melanoma of Orbit

History: - 50 YOM - Proptosis - Tearing - Visual loss - Swollen right eye - Painless to painful - 8 ms PMH: Arthritis, hypercholesterolemia. FH: Great grandfather was blind (cause unknown. Maternal grandfather had colon cancer

Findings: Head MRI: - “ The lacrimal lesion demonstrates a heterogenous pattern of enhancement and is low signal on T1. - The posterior orbital lesion has more homogenous pattern of enhancement with low T1 signal. - The intracranial portion demonstrates hi T1 signal which is not fat and enhances mildly. - This could represent calcification, blood products, melanin, or mucinous material”

Exam: Eye Examination: - VA: NLP OD, 20/20 OS - IOP: 19 mm OD, 19 mm OS - Ptosis and inflammation RUL - Severe proptosis - Chemosis and injection OD - Hard nodule over RLG and RUL Ocular Examination: - Palpebral fissures: 10 mm OD, 8 mm OS - Hertel Ex: 28 mm OD, 10 mm OS - Pupillary Ex: 3-4 mm pup defect OD - Fundus: complete ON atrophy General Examination: - Normal Neurologic examination - Normal Chest x-ray - No lymphadenopathy - No skin melanoma

No MeSH data available.