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Collaborative Ocular Oncology Group report number 1: prospective validation of a multi-gene prognostic assay in uveal melanoma.
Effectiveness of treatments for metastatic uveal melanoma.
Ultrasound biomicroscopy as a tool for detecting and localizing occult foreign bodies after ocular trauma.
Frequency and implications of discordant gene expression profile class in posterior uveal melanomas sampled by fine needle aspiration biopsy.
Histopathological review of sebaceous carcinoma of the eyelid
- P. R. Pereira, A. Odashiro, Abelardo A Rodrigues-Reyes, Z. Corrêa, João Pessoa de Souza Filho, M. Burnier
- MedicineJournal of cutaneous pathology
- 1 August 2005
This retrospective study was undertaken as an attempt to improve the characterization and consequently the diagnosis of Sebaceous carcinoma of the eyelid and basal cell carcinoma.
The role of c-kit and imatinib mesylate in uveal melanoma
- P. R. Pereira, A. Odashiro, J. Marshall, Z. Corrêa, R. Belfort, M. Burnier
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of carcinogenesis
- 19 October 2005
The majority of Uveal melanoma expressed c-kit, and imatinib mesylate does decrease the proliferation and invasion rates of human UM cell lines, justifying the need for a clinical trial to investigate in vivo the response of UM to Imatinib Mesylate.
Risk factors related to the severity of diabetic retinopathy
A gravidade de retinopatia diabetica sofreu influencia de fatores de risco como tempo of duracao da doenca, tipo de diabete, controle metabolico da doanca, niveis of hematocrito e hemoglobina, colesterol total e proteinuria.
Global Retinoblastoma Presentation and Analysis by National Income Level
This cross-sectional analysis reports the retinoblastoma stage at diagnosis across the world during a single year, investigates associations between clinical variables and national income level, and…
Sufficiency of FNAB aspirates of posterior uveal melanoma for cytologic versus GEP classification in 159 patients, and relative prognostic significance of these classifications
GEP classification of posterior uveal melanoma cells obtained by FNAB is feasible in almost all cases, including most in which F NAB yields an insufficient aspirate for cytodiagnosis, and confirmed that GEP classification is substantially better than cytologic classification for predicting subsequent metastasis and metastatic death.