This article is missing citations and/or footnotes. To meet Wikipedia's style guidelines and conform to our policies regarding NPOV and verifiability, please provide appropriate citations and/or footnotes. For guidance in this area, see Wikipedia:Footnotes#How to use. Eye cancer can affect all parts of the eye, eyelid, and orbit (the tissues around the eye). They can be divided into primary cancer (starts within the eye) and metastatic cancer (from another organ). The two most commo ...
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  • Cryosurgery in Cancer Treatment: Questions and Answers
    ... Key Points Cryosurgery is a technique for freezing and killing abnormal cells. It is used to treat some kinds of cancer and some precancerous or noncancerous conditions, and can be used both inside th...
  • Intraocular (Eye) Melanoma Treatment
    ... If the tumor is small, there are no symptoms, and the tumor is not growing, treatment may not be needed. If the tumor begins to grow or if there are symptoms, treatment may be one of the following: Su...
  • Metastatic Cancer: Questions and Answers
    ... Key Points Cancer occurs when cells become abnormal and grow without control (see Question 1). The place where the cancer started is called the primary cancer or the primary tumor (see Question 2). Me...
  • Preguntas y respuestas acerca del cáncer metastásico
    ... ¿Qué es el cáncer? El cáncer es un grupo de diferentes enfermedades que empiezan en las células, la unidad básica del cuerpo para vivir. Normalmente, las células crecen, se dividen y reproducen a medi...
  • Retinoblastoma
    ... Retinoblastoma is a rare type of eye cancer that develops in the retina, which is the part of the eye that detects light and color. Although this disorder can occur at any age, it usually develops in ...
  • Retinoblastoma Treatment
    ... Treatment depends on whether the cancer is in one or both eyes. If the cancer is in one eye, treatment may be one of the following: Surgery to remove the eye (enucleation) is used for large tumors whe...

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