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You will find that most medical journal articles require a fee or subscription to read them. For a selection of free full-text articles, see EyeMelanoma.org's List of Recent "No-Cost" Medical Journal Articles on OM Testing, Diagnosis, and/or Treatment.


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​For your convenience, the link shown below has specifically been created to find up-to-date medical journal articles on PubMed that contain any of these terms: "eye melanoma," "ocular melanoma," "intraocular melanoma," "uveal melanoma," "choroidal melanoma," "iris melanoma," or "ciliary body melanoma."

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=%22eye+melanoma%22+or+%22ocular+melanoma%22+or+%22intraocular+melanoma%22+or+%22uveal+melanoma%22+or+%22choroidal+melanoma%22+or+%22iris+melanoma%22+or+%22ciliary+body+melanoma%22

 

After you click on the above link to view the results, you can either
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Tips for Performing a New Search
• Put multiple-word terms in quotes – for example, "proton beam radiation" –​ only when exact phrases are wanted.

Use the word "or" (without quotes) to separate each term when instructing the search tool to retrieve journal articles that contain any of the terms, thereby broadening your search results.
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