Overview of Uveal Melanoma
Choroid - The thin pink membrane around the retina is called the choroid – this is the most common place for a tumor to develop in the uvea.
Ciliary Body - The ciliary body is a circular structure that produces the fluid in the eye called aqueous humor. Tumors involving the ciliary body are relatively rare.
Iris - The colored part of your eye is called the iris, and functions to regulate the amount of light that enters the eye. Tumors arising in the iris are relatively rare.
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