Clinical features associated with survival of patients with lymphoma of the ocular adnexa

@article{Jenkins2003ClinicalFA,
  title={Clinical features associated with survival of patients with lymphoma of the ocular adnexa},
  author={Christopher T. Jenkins and G E Rose and Catie Bunce and Ian A Cree and Alice J Norton and P Plowman and Ivan Moseley and J E Wright},
  journal={Eye},
  year={2003},
  volume={17},
  pages={809-820}
}
AbstractPurpose Although systemic or eyelid involvement by ocular adnexal lymphoma carries a worse prognosis, there have been few reports of the outcome in relation to clinical presentation. The outcome of malignant ocular adnexal lymphoma was, therefore, related to presenting clinical symptoms and signs.Design and Methods A retrospective, noncomparative case-note review of 326 patients treated in the Orbital Clinic at Moorfields Eye Hospital. The associations between presenting symptoms or… CONTINUE READING
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