Regression of paclitaxel-induced maculopathy with oral acetazolamide
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Malignant melanoma is a highly aggressive skin cancer, characterized by a rising incidence and the early occurrence of metastases. Because of its pronounced resistance to therapies in advanced stages of disease, extensive research is done to find new effective therapeutic concepts.
KeywordsPaclitaxel Optical Coherence Tomography Sorafenib Macular Edema Acetazolamide
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