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  • Eye melanoma

    Melanoma is a type of cancer that develops in the cells called melanocytes that produce melanin — the pigment that gives your skin its color. Your eyes also have melanin-producing cells and can develop melanoma. Eye melanoma is also called ocular melanoma. Most eye melanomas form in the part of the eye you can't see when looking in a mirror called the uvea this is called uveal melanoma.
  • Eye melanoma

    The main risk factor for skin melanoma is exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays, either from the sun, sunbeds or sunlamps. Eye melanoma is more common in people with fair or red hair, blue eyes and whose skin burns easily. But it's still not clear whether there is a link between UV ray exposure and eye melanoma.
  • Eye melanoma

    Treatment Treatment for eye melanoma may include radiotherapy, surgery, transpupillary thermotherapy (TTT), cryotherapy, chemotherapy eye drops, photodynamic therapy (PDT). You may have one or a combination of these treatments. Your treatment plan will depend on factors such as the size and position of the tumour, your general health and your eyesight.

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