Most patients diagnosed to have intraocular lymphoma have symptoms of vitreous floaters, a history of systemic lymphoma or have been diagnosed as having chronic uveitis. Any patients with vitreous cells, no history of recent intraocular surgery, and a non-painful eye should be suspected to have intraocular lymphoma.
CONCLUSION Ocular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is a difficult diagnosis.. Ocular manifestations were the first symptoms of the disease in four patients. Ocular .
What is primary intraocular lymphoma? Lymphoma is a cancer that originates in white blood cells called lymphatic cells. When lymphoma develops in the eye, .
Kellogg Eye Center. Ocular Lymphoma. 1. Ocular Lymphoma. This material will help you understand ocular lymphoma, its causes, and how it may be treated.