Symptoms and Diagnosis
Common Symptoms of Uveal Melanoma
Shadow in The Vision
To check for abnormalities and make a diagnosis, the doctor uses an indirect ophthalmoscope to examine the back part of the inside of the eye. Your doctor may also use ultrasound, fundus photography, fluorescein angiography, or even a biopsy, to establish the diagnosis. However, uveal melanoma is one of the few cancers that can be accurately diagnosed without a biopsy in most cases.
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