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Monocular blindness following fine needle aspiration cytology of a neck mass

  • S. Ghosh (a1), A. Panarese (a1) and A. J. Parker (a1)

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Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is commonly used in the diagnostic work-up of head and neck masses. Complications are extremely uncommon. We describe a case of monocular blindness following FNAC of a neck mass. To our knowledge this is the first case described in the literature.

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Monocular blindness following fine needle aspiration cytology of a neck mass

  • S. Ghosh (a1), A. Panarese (a1) and A. J. Parker (a1)

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