Ocular amylodosis, although a rare entity, is known to affect the conjunctiva, extraocular muscles, orbit, lacrimal gland, and skin around the eyes. Intraocular deposition of amyloid mainly confines to the vitreous and cornea. In this report, we describe two cases of intraocular amyloidosis presenting as multiple iris and anterior chamber cysts. Histopathological examination with special stain like Congo Red and Transmission Electron Microscopy confirmed the diagnosis of amyloidosis. Systemic investigations ruled out systemic association confirming the diagnosis of primary ocular amyloidosis.
Recommended CitationDas, Sima; Tiple, Sweety; Pegu, Julie; Dubey, Suneeta; Mathur, Umang; Mulay, Kaustabh; and Shields, Carol L, "Intraocular amyloidosis with multifocal iris and anterior chamber translucent spherules." (2019). Wills Eye Hospital Papers. Paper 110.
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