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LARGE UVEAL MELANOMA (≥10 MM THICKNESS): Clinical Features and Millimeter-by-Millimeter Risk of Metastasis in 1311 Cases. The 2018 Albert E. Finley Lecture.

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Summary of "LARGE UVEAL MELANOMA (≥10 MM THICKNESS): Clinical Features and Millimeter-by-Millimeter Risk of Metastasis in 1311 Cases. The 2018 Albert E. Finley Lecture."

To analyze the clinical features and rate of metastatic disease in eyes with large (≥10 mm thickness) uveal melanoma.

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Name: Retina (Philadelphia, Pa.)
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