10. Uveal melanoma: The New Zealand perspective

      Uveal melanoma (UM) is the most common intraocular malignancy. The incidence of UM is 10 cases per million per year in New Zealand (twice the US incidence). Treatment options include enucleation, plaque brachytherapy and localised radiotherapy. Despite successful treatment of the primary tumour, metastasis occurs in up to half of all patients.
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