Clinical evaluation of the iris lesion. A. A Yellow-brown mass with irregular vascularization at the inferior part of the iris surface; became visible after ten days of treatment (dorzolamid/timolol and topical steroid). B. Ultrasound biomicroscopy of the anterior segment revealing multiple nodular hyperreflective heterogenous mass in the peripheral iris between 2 and 7 o’clock, growing into the anterior chamber angle and to the corneal endothelium (section at 5 o’clock). C. After 2 month of high-dose corticosteroid treatment iris lesion decreased completely without recurrence of hyphae or iritis. D. Ultrasound biomicroscopy confirming decrease of iris lesion (section at 5 o’clock). | Meyer, P., Graeff, E., Kohler, C., Munier, F., & Bruder, E. (2017). Juvenile xanthogranuloma involving concurrent iris and skin: Clinical, pathological and molecular pathological evaluations. American journal of ophthalmology case reports, 9, 10–13.

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