An unusual case of corneal perforation with crystalline lens extrusion secondary to pseudomonas keratitis in the presence of rheumatoid arthritis

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External beam radiotherapy is an effective and established treatment for retinoblastoma. Radiation-induced cataract, radiation retinopathy, mild keratopathy, xerophthalmia, and cosmetic facial deformity have all been reported following the treatment. Secondary orbital and facial nonretinoblastoma malignancies (Meningioma of the right temporal lobe as seen… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.eye.6700683

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