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  • Eye melanoma

    Eye melanoma

    Melanoma is a type of cancer that develops in the cells 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. This makes eye melanoma difficult to detect. In addition, eye melanoma typically doesn't cause early signs or symptoms.

    Symptoms:

    Eye melanoma may not cause signs and symptoms. When they do occur, signs and symptoms of eye melanoma can include:

    • A growing dark spot on the iris

    • A sensation of flashing lights

    • A change in the shape of the dark circle (pupil) at the center of your eye

    • Poor or blurry vision in one eye

    • Loss of peripheral vision

    • Sensation of flashes and specks of dust in your vision (floaters) 

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