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Synonyms for uveal

of or relating to the uvea of the eye


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About Ocular Melanoma Ocular melanoma (OM), or uveal melanoma, develops in the eye and is the most common eye cancer in adults and the second most common type of melanoma.
Adapted from IUSG and SUN classifications (56) Anatomical Primary site of Examples classification inflammation of uveitis Anterior Anterior chamber Iritis Iridocyclitis uveitis Iris and ciliary body Intermediate Vitreous Pars plana Pars planitis uveitis Peripheral retina Posterior Fundus posterior to Retinitis Choroiditis uveitis the vitreous face Vasculitis Retina Choroid Neuroretinitis Optic disc Panuveitis Entire uveal tract and retina Table 2 Clinical classification of uveitis.
Conversion to full approval will be subject to the successful completion of a Phase II clinical trial in uveal melanoma with long-term follow-up data.
Two-thirds (34 cases) of these cancers were a direct spread from adjacent organs, one-third (17 cases) were distant metastases, including 2 cases of metastasis from cutaneous and uveal malignant melanoma.
Michael Atkins, MD, said that this tiny advance was actually a "breakthrough," because it could lead to further advances against uveal melanoma.
For the '09 concert heard on Uveal the South Bank, the organizers of London's Meltdown festival had asked Hebden, whose duo with Reid was by then a known quantity, to tweak the formula.
Ocular melanoma, also called uveal melanoma, is the most common eye cancer and the second-most common form of melanoma, striking about 2,000 adults in the United States each year.
Written for ophthalmologists, hematologist-oncologists, pediatric oncologists and radiation oncologists, this volume covers the basic principles of ophthalmic oncology before addresses specific types of tumors such as eyelid tumors, conjunctival and corneal tumors, uveal tumors, retinoblastoma and orbital tumors.
Metastatik kanserin en sik gozlendigi yer olan uveal trakt; intraokuler malign tumorlerin de en sik izlendigi lokalizasyondur [2-7].
Common to both diseases are increased expression of CD163+ cells in the colon and uveal tract, as well as synovium, with not infrequent subclinical intestinal disease and occasional uveitis.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted orphan drug designation for Marqibo(r) (vincristine sulfate injection, OPTISOME(tm)) for the treatment of adult patients with metastatic uveal melanoma.
The lens pigment 3-hydroxykynurenin is converted to phototoxic xanthurenic acid, and both uveal and retinal melanin is converted from an antioxidant to a pro-oxidant.
A comparative analysis of uveal melanoma has indicated that five-year mortality rates after enucleation were 16% for small, 32% for medium and 53% for large tumours.
This is unlike uveal melanoma--the most frequent primary intraocular tumor in adults--in which histopathologic and molecular prognostic factors have been identified and validated through large retrospective and prospective studies and by molecular genetic assays.