The following are treatment options for metastatic intraocular melanoma. The types of treatments given are based on the unique needs of the person with cancer.
Treatment for metastatic intraocular melanoma depends on:
When intraocular melanoma spreads (metastasizes) outside the eye, it most often spreads to the liver. In rare cases, it may also spread to other parts of the body, such as the lung or bone. Metastatic intraocular melanoma can be difficult to treat.
People with intraocular melanoma may be offered the opportunity to participate in clinical trials. For more information, go to clinical trials.