Eye Cancer Diagnosis

Physicians practice several tests to diagnose cancer and discover out if it has extent to a different part of the body, so-called metastasis. Certain trials can also determine which cures may be the most active. For most kinds of cancer, a surgery is the only way to make a ultimate diagnosis of cancer. Though, for eye tumor, a diagnosis can often be made without a operation. Imaging examinations may be used to find out whether the malignancy has extent.

  • Eye examination
  • flurorescein angiography
  • Fine needle biopsy
  • cytogenetic and gene expression profiling
  • computed tomography scan

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