Authors: Dr Roopa Naik, Dr Vikram Bhalke
VIMS Health Sci Journal: 2015;2(1):18-22 |
A 61-year-old male was referred to the ocular oncology clinic with an one month history of diminision of vision in the right eye. Patient was apparently alright 1 month back, when he developed diminision of vision; it was sudden in onset, gradually progressive and painless. On examination vision in right eye was 6/60 and left eye 6/36. On SLBE Anterior segment was within normal limits. Patient was investigated for the above complaints. On B-scan it showed convex polypoidal mass in right eye. Colour Doppler revealed vascularity in mass. MRI was done to confirm the findings.