• Image taken at Rajah Muthiah Medical College and Hospital, Tamil Nadu, India. Courtesy of Keerthika Kangasabhapathy, MBBS, MS.
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    A 37-year-old presented with ocular metastasis with primary ductal carcinoma of the left breast. The case presented with complaints of redness and pain OS for 1 month, and there was a past history of a left modified radical mastectomy 3 years previousy at the same institution where the patient didn’t complete the chemotherapy. On examination, OD-within normal limits, OS lids appeared edema toys, circumcorneal congestion with prominent episcleral vessels seen, anterior chamber had exudative deposits and 1+ grade of cellular activity present, iris was atrophied from 3’o-5’o clock hours.