Intraocular melanoma


Intraocular melanoma: A type of cancer that develops from pigment producing cells in the eye. The cancer can occur in the iris, choroids or ciliary body. The melanoma may metastasize in some cases. The condition is often asymptomatic.


The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Intraocular melanoma includes the 10 symptoms listed below:

• Usually asymptomatic

• Blurred vision

• Dark spots in whites of eyes

• Distorted vision

• Flashing lights

• Loss of vision

• Floaters in vision

• Altered color perception

• Distorted pupil

• Pigmented spots on iris


Home medical testing related to Intraocular melanoma:

• Colon & Rectal Cancer: Home Testing 

• Home Colorectal Cancer Tests

• Home Fecal Occult Bleeding Tests


  • Cancer Specialists: 

• Oncology (Cancer specialists)

• Radiation Oncology

• Pediatric Hematology / Oncology (Child Cancer/Leukemia)

• Radiation Oncology (Diagnostic/X-rays)

• Gynecological Oncology

• Hematology (Blood/Leukemia Specialists)

• Colon & Rectal Surgery

• Skin Health Specialists (Dermatology):

• Dermatology (Skin Health Specialists)

• Dermatopathology 

• Pediatric Dermatology (Child Skin Health)

• Dermatological Immunology / Diagnostic Laboratory