Diagnosis of Ocular Tumours

The clinical approach to a patient presumably affected by a tumour (neoplasm) in the eye or the orbital area requires a meticulous and careful preliminary ophthalmological assessment, including an analysis of the patient and his or her family’s clinical histories to identify elements useful for diagnosis and prognosis. Family history must be analyzed for neoplasms and hereditary and degenerative diseases.

  • Ultrasonography
  • Retinal and choroidal angiography
  • Neuroradiologic examinations
  • Auto fluorescence
  • Plaque Radiotherapy
  • Proton Beam Radiotherapy
  • Transpupillary thermotherapy
  • Systemic and topical chemotherapy
  • Stereotactic Radiotherapy

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