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Intraocular involvement with subretinal pigment epithelium infiltrates by mycosis fungoides.
  1. B. C. Erny,
  2. P. R. Egbert,
  3. I. M. Peat,
  4. K. Shorrock and
  5. A. R. Rosenthal
  1. Stanford University, Department of Ophthalmology, California 94305.


    We report a case of intraocular mycosis fungoides in a 48-year-old man. The patient presented with decreased visual acuity, white subretinal lesions, and vitritis. Post-mortem histopathology revealed malignant T cell infiltrates consistent with mycosis fungoides in the retina, vitreous, and between the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and Bruch's membrane Focal atrophy of the RPE, along with the sub-RPE infiltrates, correlated with the clinically visible fundus lesions.

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