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Ocular (Uveal) Melanoma and Biopsy – the “Why” and “How” of It

Posted On June 10, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Ocular (Uveal) Melanoma and Biopsy – the “Why” and “How” of It

By Timothy Fuller, MD, Ocular Oncologist With the diagnosis of ocular (uveal) melanoma comes the very real risk of metastatic disease, or “spread” of the cancer to other parts of the body.

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Posted On May 17, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Getting to Know Ocular Oncologist Timothy S. Fuller, MD

May is Ocular Melanoma Awareness Month. Ocular (uveal) melanoma is a rare but dangerous disease, and only a small number of doctors in the United States treat it. At Texas Retina Associates,

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Posted On May 3, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

May is Ocular Melanoma Awareness Month

Although rare, ocular (uveal) melanoma is the most common primary cancer of the eye in adults with an estimated 2,000 – 3,000 new cases in the United States each year. This type

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Posted On May 20, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

Ocular Melanoma and the Importance of Annual Dilated Eye Exams: Felicia Corbray’s Story

It was November 2017 when Felicia Corbray experienced the first fast, faint flash of light in her eye. A mother of three young children, including six-month old twins, she chalked it up

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Posted On October 17, 2018 / By / Posted in Blog

New AAO Video Highlights Dr. Anand Discussing Recent Clinical Trial on Ranibizumab for Patients Who Develop Radiation Retinopathy After Treatment for Uveal Melanoma

An interview with Texas Retina Associates’ Rajiv Anand, MD, is featured by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) in their latest video from the recent 2018 American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS) annual

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