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Related to uveal: Uveal tract, ocular adnexa
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of or relating to the uvea of the eye

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Dr Christina Coughlin, chief medical officer at Immunocore, commented on the data: "We are excited to share these data in advanced uveal melanoma at ASCO.
By AMPK activation, it may reverse the biomarkers of human aging in the uveal aqueous humor production structures and transportation channels of aqueous humor.
1% of eyes at autopsy and nearly 1% of eyes removed with uveal melanoma.
Histologically, it is not possible to determine whether the melanoma arose from within the eye (as in a uveal melanoma or sinonasal melanoma extending into the orbit) or if it had metastasized from another location.
Uveal melanoma is the most common primary ocular malignancy in adults, with an annual incidence of 6-7 cases/million people.
These include IOFB size and weight, age, presenting VA, location of IOFB, uveal prolapse, large wound size, vitreous hemorrhage, and preoperative RD19,21,22.
Uveitis is an inflammation of the uveal tract and is rarely observed in MS (2).
Debbie, a former charity worker helping children born in the Chernobyl nuclear fallout zone, has Uveal Effusion, which meant her retinas began to disintegrate.
first evaluated CEACAM1 expression in 79 cases of primary uveal melanomas and 21 metastases in the most frequently affected organ, the liver.
Global Markets Direct's, 'Uveal Melanoma - Pipeline Review, H2 2015', provides an overview of the Uveal Melanoma's therapeutic pipeline.
Moreover, mitochondrial permeability, cytochrome c level in cytosol, caspase-9 and -3 activities were also increased in butein treated uveal melanoma cells (Table 1).
Specialists in tumors of the eye, the Shields arrange their atlas and textbook by anatomical tumor origin--the uveal tract; the retina and optical disc; and the pigment epithelium, non-pigmented epithelium, and lymphoma/leukemia.
Uveitis is swelling of the middle layer of the eye, called the uvea or uveal tract.