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By Lancaster Course in Ophthalmology
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- Last modified by Caroline Bozell on Mar 12, 2019.
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- Unit 08 Pathology of the Vitreous
- reticulum cell sarcoma, uveitis, nongranulomatous inflammatory infiltrate
- Reticulum-cell sarcoma. Right eye of a 74-year-old female with a history of bilateral uveitis for 1 year. The right eye became blind and painful and was enucleated 6 months later. A mild nongranulomatous inflammatory infiltrate was present in the iris and ciliary body (upper views). Inflammatory cells and tumor cells were found in the vitreous (lower views). (E.P. No. 36437)