Clinical features, laboratory investigations, and survival in ocular reticulum cell sarcoma.

@article{Freeman1987ClinicalFL,
  title={Clinical features, laboratory investigations, and survival in ocular reticulum cell sarcoma.},
  author={L N Freeman and Andrew P. Schachat and David L. Knox and R G Michels and William Richard Green},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={1987},
  volume={94 12},
  pages={1631-9}
}
The authors report 32 cases of histologically proven ocular reticulum cell sarcoma (RCS). Follow-up data are available for all patients. Twenty-six patients (81%) have died and the mean survival time was 20 months from the time of diagnosis of RCS. Diagnosis of ocular involvement was made by vitreous biopsy in 56% of cases, enucleation in 13%, and postmortem examination in 31%. The mean age at the time of diagnosis was 60 years. Central nervous system (CNS) involvement was present in 56% of… CONTINUE READING

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