A 39-year-old with history of a left facial nerve palsy is referred by his neurologist for a general eye examination to rule-out ocular problems secondary to lagophthalmos. Visual acuity is 20/20 in either eye. Intraocular pressures are normal. Anterior segment examination is normal with no evidence of corneal exposure. Dilated funduscopic examination is notable for the pigmented lesion found in the right eye. The left eye is normal.