Microscopy October 2019

During yesterday's eye pathology session, we chatted about a variety of cases with a focus on benign and malignant tumours. Cases viewed included an angiosarcoma (rare in our practice) and a choroidal melanoma (very common for us). The latter had previously been treated with radiotherapy, and the eye had developed rubeotic glaucoma. On microscopy, I… Continue reading Microscopy October 2019

Microscopy September 2019

We were a bit short of attendees at yesterday's microscopy session—it seems that the dreaded lurgy is going around, now that summer has drawn to a close. Still, we had an interesting discussion about various aspects of eye pathology including the two cases below. I'll post a few of my "diagnostic process" thoughts while going… Continue reading Microscopy September 2019

Microscopy July 2019

For yesterday's session, we welcomed regulars from Moorfields Eye Hospital and the Royal Veterinary College as well as two new attendees. Shivani is visiting us from Perth, Western Australia, and Atul is a neuropathology trainee. To start with, we had a brief chat about how uveal melanomas are genetically different from conjunctival melanomas. I had… Continue reading Microscopy July 2019