Blurred vision as the sole initial presentation of disseminated lung malignancy

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Abstract

Symptomatic choroidal metastasis (CM) is a rare presenting feature of disseminated lung malignancy. Detection of the primary malignancy usually precedes ocular findings. We report a rare case of blurred vision secondary to bilateral CM as the sole initial manifestation of disseminated lung malignancy in a female patient. Pulmonary symptoms appeared 2. months later. She received radiotherapy and palliative chemotherapy and survived for 7. months after the initial presentation. © 2013.

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Jacob, M. K., Pinheiro, C., George, P., & Zaidi, Z. A. (2013). Blurred vision as the sole initial presentation of disseminated lung malignancy. Saudi Journal of Ophthalmology, 27(4), 291–294. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sjopt.2013.07.014

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