• A 48-year-old man had uniocular neovascular glaucoma, with the only apparent predisposing factor being a primary epithelioid melanoma of the iris. The new vessels disappeared following total excision of the tumor. These findings have implications regarding the mechanisms of neovasculogenesis.
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