Conjunctival Malignant Melanoma Arising in Primary Acquired Melanosis
An 83-year-old woman developed a pigmented lesion on her left bulbar conjunctiva. The lesion was excised and diagnosed as a junctional nevus. One and one half years later, she was noted to have a focal corneal pannus with a few flecks of pigment and this was biopsied.
A 72-year-old woman with an indwelling bladder catheter developed a mixed bacterial urinary tract infection. She was receiving a course of intravenous antibiotics when vision in her left eye markedly decreased.