Eye Tumor’s and Ocular Oncology

Eye tumors, also referred to as ocular tumors, are cancers that affect the eyes. Whether malignant (cancerous) or benign (non-cancerous), a tumor is a mass of cells that are growing abnormally (noncancerous). The most common kind of eye cancers are metastatic tumors. Ocular oncology is the field that studies and treats malignancies that develop in or around the eyes. These tumors can cause vision loss or even the loss of the eye itself, and they can be benign or life-threatening. A specialty in medicine is ocular care for those who have eye cancer. Certainly, the challenges faced differ from those faced in a typical ophthalmology practice.

  • Early cancer detection using biomarkers
  • Supplemental Therapies
  • Following Treatment for Ocular Melanoma, Better Visual Results
  • Nursing Care
  • Ocular Tumor Types
  • The difficulties of ocular oncology

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