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General
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Micro images
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Left: amelanotic tumor of ciliary body; right: spindle shaped neoplastic cells with cigar shaped nuclei arranged in irregular bundles



Mesectodermal leiomyoma:

Large amelanotic tumor
of ciliary body

Benign cells with interlacing fibrillar
cytoplasmic processes resembling glial tissue,
and round nuclei with fine chromatin

Benign cells form clusters separated
by fibrillar cytoplasmic processes
resembling neural tissue

Electron microscopy images
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Cells have basement membrane (BM),
subplasmalemmal vesicles (V)
and intracytoplasmic filaments (F)
with fusiform densities (D)

End of Eye > Uvea > Leiomyoma - ciliary body / iris



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