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Figure 2: A 62-year-old Caucasian male with superonasal equatorial choroidal metastasis (a), with high to medium internal reflectivity on A scan (b) and mushroom shaped configuration on B-scan ultrasonography (c). Fine needle aspiration biopsy yielded a cohesive cluster of atypical spindle cells with hyperchromatic, elongated nuclei (d) and a mitotic figure (black arrow) (e) (Papanicolaou stain). Following plaque radiotherapy, tumor regression was documented but persistent vitreous hemorrhage and retinal detachment lead to poor visual acuity

Figure 2: A 62-year-old Caucasian male with superonasal equatorial choroidal metastasis (a), with high to medium internal reflectivity on A scan (b) and mushroom shaped configuration on B-scan ultrasonography (c). Fine needle aspiration biopsy yielded a cohesive cluster of atypical spindle cells with hyperchromatic, elongated nuclei (d) and a mitotic figure (black arrow) (e) (Papanicolaou stain). Following plaque radiotherapy, tumor regression was documented but persistent vitreous hemorrhage and retinal detachment lead to poor visual acuity