Choroidal tumors

Choroidal tumor is a cancer that distresses part of the eye. It grows in the choroid, the sponge-like skin at the posterior of the eye in the middle of the sclera and the retina. The retina is the light-sensitive erection at the posterior of the eye. It directs optical information to the brain. The choroid is ironic in plasma vessels and stores nutrients to the retina. Above time, various choroidal melanomas increase and cause the retina to separate. This can lead to visualization loss. The cancers similarly can extent to other parts of the body. The liver is the furthermost mutual site for metastasis. Condition it extents, this tumor can be fatal.

Though choroidal melanoma is occasional, it is the peak common eye cancer in grown-ups. It frequently happens in people who are middle-aged or older.

  • choroidal hemangioma
  • choroidal melanoma
  • choroidal metastasis
  • choroidal nevus
  • choroidal osteoma

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