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1%. 1%. These minimal shifts in distribution underline the pathoanatomic stability of our tumor cohort. A similar consistency prevailed among the major histologic tumor groups as cases were added to the series. , hemangioma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, inflammatory pseudotumor, meningioma, and optic nerve glioma). In the third series, basal cell carcinoma replaced malignant melanoma as the fifth most frequent tumor among the secondary orbital tumors. The radiopaque therapy for ocular malignant melanoma probably is the contributing factor for this shift in incidence.