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Case 29 History

  • 49-year-old man with a right cranial/orbital meningioma as a child treated with multiple resections and radiation therapy and eventual loss of the right eye
  • In adulthood, he was diagnosed with a left axillary apocrine adenocarcinoma. This was initially resected but recurred in 2003 with subsequent metastasis to both lungs and brain
  • Patient seen in clinic for routine eye examination

Case submitted by Roslyn M. Stahl, M.D., Resident
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Michigan
March 2006

Last Modified: Friday, 27-Jun-2008 11:23:40 EDT