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  • Intravitreal air bubble during exoresection of an iris-ciliary body melanoma. [Journal Article]
    Surg Oncol 2019; 29:157-158Relimpio-López MI, Garrido-Hermosilla AM
  • In this manuscript, as members of a National Reference Unit in Ocular Oncology, we present succinctly our preferred surgical technique for iris-ciliary body melanomas. We attach a video describing the steps we usually follow [Video Clip 1], in which an impressive image of an intravitreal air bubble through the hyaloid membrane can be observed [Fig. 1].
  • Rare Histological Type of Adenoma of the Nonpigmented Ciliary Epithelium. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Ophthalmol 2019 Jan-Apr; 10(1):75-80Ishiahara K, Hashida N, … Nishida K
  • We report the rare case of an adenoma of the nonpigmented ciliary epithelium (NPCE). A 67-year-old healthy man presented with a regularly shaped and nonpigmented mass at the iris root of his right eye. His best-corrected visual acuity was 1.5 with normal intraocular pressure. During observation, the size of the tumor remained stable for 1.5 years but then rapidly grew, extending through the iris,…
  • Iris cysts: A comprehensive review on diagnosis and treatment. [Review]
    Surv Ophthalmol 2018 May - Jun; 63(3):347-364Georgalas I, Petrou P, … Kanakis M
  • Iris cysts, both primary and secondary, are a diagnostic and treatment challenge. Primary cysts arise either from the iris pigment epithelium or the iris stroma. Posterior pigment epithelial cysts are subdivided according to their location as central, midzonal, and peripheral. Iris stromal cysts are classified either as congenital or acquired. Free-floating cysts are usually dislodged pigment epi…
  • Uveal Melanoma Treatment and Prognostication. [Review]
    Asia Pac J Ophthalmol (Phila) 2017 Mar-Apr; 6(2):186-196Dogrusöz M, Jager MJ, Damato B
  • Approximately 90% of uveal melanoma develop in the choroid, with the remainder arising in the ciliary body or the iris. The treatment of uveal melanoma is aimed at conserving the eye and useful vision, and, if possible, preventing metastatic disease. Enucleation is now reserved for tumors that are large and/or involve the optic disc, having largely been replaced by various forms of radiotherapy (…
  • Iridociliary melanoma - Clinical case. [Case Reports]
    J Med Life 2016 Jan-Mar; 9(1):88-91Schmitzer S, Butea-Simionescu C, … Cioboata M
  • Iris and ciliary body melanoma is an aggressive tumor, which, unfortunately, presents symptoms only in advanced stages and is often discovered accidentally during a routine eye examination. There are several treatment options, ranging from in time monitorization in order to observe the tumor's evolution to more aggressive methods such as radiotherapy and enucleation. We present a case of iridocil…
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