Currently, melanoma of uvea is the most well-known essential tumor, which is intaocular and malignant. Treatment using radiation has now supplanted enucleation as the therapy of decision. Radioactive eye plaques and treatment using proton are being the two most examined radiotherapeutic modalities. All the more as of late, stereotactic radiosurgery and fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy have risen as promising, non-intrusive medicines for uveal melanoma. Technique called stereotactic radiosurgery might be viewed as like “not surgery” on the grounds no extractions are included. All things being equal, it is a serious strategy for radiation treatment that conveys high dosages of radiation to exceptionally little territories and volumes.
Part of the book: Melanoma