Eye or ocular melanoma develops most often in the middle layer of the eye called the uvea. Found under the sclera (white part of the eye), the uvea houses the iris (colored part of the eye), the choroid layer of blood vessels and tissues, and a ciliary body that secretes a transparent liquid called aqueous humor into the eye. This cancer can also occur in the outer layer of the eye affecting the cornea. More of the Ask Doctor Tom podcasts are found here!
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