Many ocular oncologists, retinal surgeons, and ophthalmologists currently perform fine-needle aspirate biopsies (FNAB) for cytology purposes. However, given that uveal melanoma requires primarily a clinical diagnosis, some clinicians have limited experience in performing FNAB for uveal melanoma.
While Castle Biosciences does not train, certify, or accept liability for the FNAB procedure, some clinicians have asked for resources such as procedural videotapes, expert flow charts, and introductions to ocular oncologists who are interested in training others in their FNAB technique. Please contact Castle Biosciences at 866-788-9007 for access to these resources.
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