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Figure 2: Iris metastasis from esophageal carcinoma treated with plaque radiotherapy. (a) (Case 3) Ill-defined iris metastasis extending from 12:00 to 8:00 with posterior synechia at the site of a nodule at the 1:00 meridian. (b) (Case 3) Anterior segment optical coherence tomography shows the mass as a nodule at the pupillary margin (arrow). (c) (Case 3) Following plaque radiotherapy, the tumor has regressed to a flat scar with persistent posterior synechia. (d) (Case 3) Following plaque radiotherapy, anterior segment optical coherence tomography demonstrates flattened iris without a mass (arrow)

Figure 2: Iris metastasis from esophageal carcinoma treated with plaque radiotherapy. (a) (Case 3) Ill-defined iris metastasis extending from 12:00 to 8:00 with posterior synechia at the site of a nodule at the 1:00 meridian. (b) (Case 3) Anterior segment optical coherence tomography shows the mass as a nodule at the pupillary margin (arrow). (c) (Case 3) Following plaque radiotherapy, the tumor has regressed to a flat scar with persistent posterior synechia. (d) (Case 3) Following plaque radiotherapy, anterior segment optical coherence tomography demonstrates flattened iris without a mass (arrow)