Choroidal Melanoma Treated with Radioactive Plaque

WP is a 52-year-old man who complained of a shadow in his right eye for several months. He went initially to an optometrist, who could not improve his vision with refraction and documented a depression on automated perimetry in his temporal field of vision. Ophthalmoscopy revealed a darkly pigmented nasal tumor. The patient was referred for echography.


Liver Function Test Radiation Damage Internal Reflectivity Radioactive Iodine Subretinal Fluid 

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