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The new diagnostic techniques and therapeutic modalities used for the management of ophthalmic tumors in recent years have had a major impact on the field of ocular oncology. Several articles and books on ophthalmic tumors have been published recently, and the subject of ocular tumors is well represented in ophthalmologic meetings.
"The book is aimed at the general ophthalmologist interested in understanding current controversies and advances..."
Controversies and unanswered questions are numerous in this rapidly advancing field, and many of these are addressed in this volume, which contains lectures presented at Leiden University in the Netherlands by a group of European ophthalmologists.
The book is aimed at the general ophthalmologist interested in understanding current controversies and advances in diagnosis and treatment of tumors of the eye, orbit, and adnexa. The major portion is devoted to uveal melanomas, and there is only one paper on retinoblastoma. One third of the book
Gragoudas E. Ophthalmic Tumors. Arch Ophthalmol. 1986;104(4):492. doi:10.1001/archopht.1986.01050160044009
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