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Multimodal Imaging in Diagnosis of Choroidal Metastasis in Breast Carcinoma

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 6)

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Page : 1217-1219

Keywords : Choroidal metastasis; Breast carcinoma; Fundus autofluorescence; Enhanced depth -OCT;

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Intraocular metastasis is the most common malignancy of the eye in adults. It is commonly noted in the uveal tract with choroid being the most common site due to its high vascularity. Carcinoma breast is the most common primary malignancy that accounts for choroidal metastasis in females and carcinoma of lung is the most common cause in males. Here in this article, we report a case of 54-year female who had carcinoma breast with choroidal metastasis in her left eye and highlight the role of non-invasive multimodal imaging viz Fundus Autofluorescence, ED-OCT and B scan in diagnosing the same.

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