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Figure 1: Clinical picture at the time of presentation of the patient. Fundus photograph of right (a) and left (b) eyes showing intraocular mass with diffuse vitreous and subretinal seeds and total retinal detachment. B-scan ultrasonography of right (c) and left (d) eye showing bilateral acoustically dense intraocular mass with calcification with overlying retinal detachment. Computed tomography scan of orbit in axial (e) and coronal (f) cuts showing bilateral intraocular mass lesions with calcification. Peripheral blood smears (g) shows mature lymphocytes and adequate platelets (Giemsa, ×400). Bone marrow aspirate (h) shows all stages of hematopoietic cells with no evidence of abnormal cells (Giemsa, ×400)

Figure 1: Clinical picture at the time of presentation of the patient. Fundus photograph of right (a) and left (b) eyes showing intraocular mass with diffuse vitreous and subretinal seeds and total retinal detachment. B-scan ultrasonography of right (c) and left (d) eye showing bilateral acoustically dense intraocular mass with calcification with overlying retinal detachment. Computed tomography scan of orbit in axial (e) and coronal (f) cuts showing bilateral intraocular mass lesions with calcification. Peripheral blood smears (g) shows mature lymphocytes and adequate platelets (Giemsa, ×400). Bone marrow aspirate (h) shows all stages of hematopoietic cells with no evidence of abnormal cells (Giemsa, ×400)