Follicular thyroid cancer (FTC) is the second most common malignancy of the thyroid gland and comprise 10-15% of all thyroid tumors; the usual mode of spread is via hematogenous dissemination with the most common sites of metastases being the lungs and bones.4 A case is presented to demonstrate the unusual presentation of follicular thyroid cancer as bilateral choroidal metastases. Although exceptional, a diagnosis of choroidal metastases should be considered in any decline in visual acuity in patients with thyroid cancer.
Hong, MD, Jennifer
"Bilateral Choroidal Metastases as Initial Presentation of Widespread Follicular Thyroid Cancer,"
The Medicine Forum: Vol. 20, Article 11.
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