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Prostatic carcinoma metastatic to choroid.
  1. J. P. Dieckert and
  2. B. B. Berger


    Metastatic prostatic carcinoma of the choroid became clinically undetectable after orchidectomy and oestrogen administration. The choroidal tumour rapidly regressed over a 2-month period and clinically disappeared, with restoration of 6/6 vision from 6/60 and return of visual field. This dramatic response and lack of complications make hormonal manipulation the preferred mode of initial therapy in prostatic carcinoma metastatic to the choroid.

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