During the period 1954 to 1974 inclusive, fourteen patients with melanoma of the conjunctiva were observed in the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Amsterdam. Frequency, etiology and treatment are discussed. No statistically proven conclusions may be drawn from this investigation; not at any rate, in regard to the treatment due to lack of homogeneity of the approaches used in recent years.
KeywordsMelanoma Local Excision Preoperative Irradiation Excision Biopsy Bulbar Conjunctiva
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