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Fig. 4 | Journal of Ophthalmic Inflammation and Infection

Fig. 4

From: Combined systemic and ocular chemotherapy for anterior segment metastasis of systemic mantle cell lymphoma

Fig. 4

a Ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) of the right eye shows secondary angle closure due to thickened iris. b UBM of the left eye shows normal appearance of the iris of the fellow eye with open angles. CB indicates the ciliary body. c AS-OCT of the right eye shows the pre-treatment state of the temporal iris. The white arrow indicates the floating lymphoma cells. The angle of the AC appears closed. d The appearance of the iris after institution of therapy reveals a decrease in the thickness and opening up of the angle (double-sided arrow). e The nasal iris shows partially visible posterior surface of the iris and internal hypo-reflectivity (asterisk) due to the increased tissue density anteriorly and poor penetration of the infrared rays through the thick iris. f The follow-up scan of the nasal iris after treatment shows reduction in the thickness and clearly visible posterior iris surface. The angle of AC appears open (double-sided arrow)

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