Intraocular Melanoma cancer
About the Eye Cancer
This is a type of eye cancer. It is called Intraocular Melanoma. It is very nasty. Your eyes get all big and swollen and nasty. It will make you want to throw up what you ate last. Some of this eye cancer makes your eye big and gooey. Its GROSS!!!!!
The symptoms of this!!
This cancer forms in part of the eye you cant see when looking in a mirror. Big melanomas cause vision loss. The symptoms are a growing dark spot on your iris, a sensation of glowing lights, a change of the dark pupil in the center of your eye, poor or blurry vision is one eye, loss of peripheral vision, and sensation of flashes and specs of dust in your vision called floaters.
Possible Causes of this!
The possible cause of this cancer are endless. Like, beds. Lights don't cause all melanoma. Genetic factors and environmental things. Melanoma causes diseases and many other things that are dangerous to health.
The stages of eye cancer
If your cancer has grown into the tissues of the eye, this is called extraocular extension. This means that the melanoma has spread into the optic nerve or the eye socket. It is a more advanced stage of cancer than if it was only inside the eyeball. Metastasis means the transfer of a disease producing organisms that spread to other parts of the body.
The treatments of this cancer are, surgery. They remove the cancer during surgery.During radiotherapy process in which electromagnetic travels through a vacuum. During chemotherapy a category of cancer treatment that is using chemical substances, especially one or more anti-cancer drugs. During hormone therapy it increase's diminished levels in the body for cancer. During biological therapy it is a treatment that uses your body's immune system to fight cancer cells. During bisophosphonates a treatment that uses your body's immune system to fight cancer cells. Another one is remission its where cancer is not cured all the way it could come back.
The 5-year survival rate of this cancer is the % of patients who live at least 5 years after their cancer is diagnosed. Many people live much longer than 5 years, many are cured. In patients who there cancer is confined by the eye, the 5-year relative survival rate is about 80%. That's called a stark contrast to melanomas that have spread to different parts of the body, where the 5-year relative survival rate is about 15%.