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PAFMJ. 2015; 65(0): S279-S280


OCULAR MEDULLOEPITHELIOMA: THREE- YEAR- FOLLOW-UP AFTER ENUCLEATION

Saemah Nuzhat Zafar, Kiran Fatima Farooq.

Abstract
Intraocular medullaepitheliomas are embryonal neuroepithelial tumours involving mostly the ciliary body and in rare instances the optic nerve and retina. Long term follow-up of medulloepithelioma patients are helpful in devising guidelines for treatment of these rare intraocular tumours with varied presentations.

Key words: Enucleation, Medulloepithelioma, Proptosis.


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