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A 64-year-old Caucasian male presented with non-axial proptosis of the left eye which had progressed over 4 months with recent discomfort and diplopia. He was otherwise well. His past ocular history was of collar-stud choroidal melanoma in the left eye aged 36. This tumour was in the inferonasal quadrant with a diameter of 10 mm. Trans-scleral resection was performed with laser photocoagulation around the tumour base preoperatively to reduce the risk of retinal detachment. Histological examination of the tumour showed a pigmented uveal melanoma of …
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