How to differentiate between choroidal nevus and choroidal melanoma

Source: Optometry Times, June 2021

A 64-year-old woman was referred for consultation regarding a pigmented fundus lesion. She was asymptomatic and enjoyed good vision and systemic health. She took no medications, had no history of ocular trauma or surgeries, and did not admit to a family history of ocular or systemic disorders.

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