Familial aggressive nevi of the iris in childhood.

Abstract

We report the occurrence of amelanotic melanocytic tumors of the iris arising in the second decade of life in two successive generations. Clinically, both tumors enlarged rapidly, with subsequent enucleation of the eye in one patient. In both cases, histologic examination revealed an aggressive iris nevus composed of spindle A cells. Both lesions had… (More)

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