Management of choroidal naevomelanocytic lesions: feasibility and safety of a virtual clinic model.

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BACKGROUND Choroidal naevomelanocytic lesions are often identified as an incidental finding by community optometrists and referred for expert evaluation in hospital eye units or specialist ocular oncology centres. Optimal management strategy is undecided and most centres err on the side of caution. Our aim was to test a virtual model of service delivery… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2015-307168

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@article{Balaskas2016ManagementOC, title={Management of choroidal naevomelanocytic lesions: feasibility and safety of a virtual clinic model.}, author={Konstantinos Balaskas and Jane Gray and Peter Blows and Azita Rajai and Deidre Flaye and Tunde Peto and Mandeep S. Sagoo}, journal={The British journal of ophthalmology}, year={2016}, volume={100 5}, pages={665-70} }