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Retinal lymphoma, large B-cell type

Nickens CMN - MedPix (2012)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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Diagnosis: Retinal lymphoma, large B-cell type

History: 62 y.o. man c/o progressive visual problem in his left eye

Findings: • T2W MR shows bilateral frontal lobe involvement from a "butterfly" lesion in the genu of the corpus callosum • Enucleated eye - after vitrectomy w/silicone oil replacement - shows thickening of the posterior retina w/small round blue cells

Ddx: • "Butterfly Lesions" - Astrocytoma, primary CNS lymphoma • Retinal "blue cell tumor" - Retinal lymphoma - Retinoblastoma - Chronic (benign) choroidal inflammation • Status-post vitrectomy - Intraocular silicone oil - Cataract - Angle closure glaucoma

Dxhow: Diagnostic vitrectomy and histopathology

Exam: Visual symptoms: Decreased vision in his left eye to hand motions Normal vision, right eye Ophthalmic examination: Large yellow choroidal lesions and vitreous cells, left eye

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Histology of a patient with Retinal lymphoma. Patient had decreased vision in the right eye. The yellow arrow points to the ocular lens.  The region of thickening of the retina in the posterior globe is hyperchromatic (blue arrow).
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MPX2469_synpic61168: Histology of a patient with Retinal lymphoma. Patient had decreased vision in the right eye. The yellow arrow points to the ocular lens. The region of thickening of the retina in the posterior globe is hyperchromatic (blue arrow).


Retinal lymphoma, large B-cell type

Nickens CMN - MedPix (2012)

Histology of a patient with Retinal lymphoma. Patient had decreased vision in the right eye. The yellow arrow points to the ocular lens.  The region of thickening of the retina in the posterior globe is hyperchromatic (blue arrow).
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MPX2469_synpic61168: Histology of a patient with Retinal lymphoma. Patient had decreased vision in the right eye. The yellow arrow points to the ocular lens. The region of thickening of the retina in the posterior globe is hyperchromatic (blue arrow).

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Retinal lymphoma, large B-cell type

History: 62 y.o. man c/o progressive visual problem in his left eye

Findings: • T2W MR shows bilateral frontal lobe involvement from a "butterfly" lesion in the genu of the corpus callosum • Enucleated eye - after vitrectomy w/silicone oil replacement - shows thickening of the posterior retina w/small round blue cells

Ddx: • "Butterfly Lesions" - Astrocytoma, primary CNS lymphoma • Retinal "blue cell tumor" - Retinal lymphoma - Retinoblastoma - Chronic (benign) choroidal inflammation • Status-post vitrectomy - Intraocular silicone oil - Cataract - Angle closure glaucoma

Dxhow: Diagnostic vitrectomy and histopathology

Exam: Visual symptoms: Decreased vision in his left eye to hand motions Normal vision, right eye Ophthalmic examination: Large yellow choroidal lesions and vitreous cells, left eye

No MeSH data available.