Particle Treatment of the Eye View Full Text


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DATE

2003

AUTHORS

J. E. Munzenrider

ABSTRACT

The most common primary adult ocular tumor is uveal melanoma, with approximately 1,500 new cases being diagnosed annually in the United States. Approximately equal proportions of males and females are affected. These melanomas are much less common than cutaneous melanomas, and occur infrequently in blacks. For most of the twentieth century, enucleation was the standard treatment, providing both effective treatment and an accurate histologic diagnosis. However, immediate blindness was the price paid for these benefits. More... »

PAGES

57-66

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