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Anaesthesia for tumour surgery 

Anaesthesia for tumour surgery
Anaesthesia for tumour surgery

Steven Gayer

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date: 02 December 2020

Introduction 282

Clinical interventions for melanoma 286

Clinical interventions for retinoblastoma 292

Conclusion 294

Key reading 294

Ocular cancer is classified based upon histology, anatomic location, and the extent of growth. Orbital tumours may be:

Primary or secondary

Benign or malignant

Intra-ocular, extra-ocular or intra-ocular with extra-ocular extension...

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