Unilateral isolated choroidal metastasis secondary to squamo
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Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer of women worldwide. It spreads either by local invasion or by hematogenous spread. Metastases to the eye, intraocular metastasis have been reported but they are uncommonly seen. Choroidal secondaries are the most common intraocular malignancies in adults, metastasis to the choroid from utero-cervical carcinoma are an exceedingly rare manifestation. A 50-year-old female, known case of squamous cell carcinoma of uterine cervix stage IIIB, post concurrent chemoradiation treated seventeen months back, presented with complaints of unilateral right sided progressive visual impairment since 15 days. After thorough ophthalmic evaluation and fundoscopic examination multiple choroidal masses and posterior exudative retinal detachment were seen in the right eye. Left eye was normal. Hence, diagnosis of choroidal metastasis of right eye was established. Planned on palliative RT and received a dose of 40 Gy in 20 fractions.....

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