Буклет 2013 року

A 65-year-old male suddenly lost the vision in one eye due to the retinal detachment. The patient underwent enucleation. Histological examination of the removed eye retina and choroid revealed clusters of atypical cells with marked polymorphism of cells and nuclei, with a moderate number of mitoses including the pathological ones. The cell cytoplasm and intercellular medium contained brown pigment giving a positive DOPA reaction. Perls’ reaction was negative. What is the most likely diagnosis?
  • Cysticercosis 3%
  • Hemorrhage 6%
  • Melanoma 84%
  • Pigmented mole 2%
  • Wilson’s disease 5%


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Intraocular melanoma is the most common type of eye cancer in adults. It affects the uvea, or middle part of the eye. It can lead to vision loss and changes in eye color or shape.

mhmdjaheen, 5 days ago , 05:29:43