Eye tumors can originate from the eyelids, orbita, and inside the eye.
The most common tumor in the eye, is basal cell carcinoma, which is more benign than other tumors.
It starts out like a small pimple and grows slowly. If it is not taken, it spreads to the eyelid and eye socket.
After the tumor is removed with clean surgical margins, the defect should be closed in such a way as to protect eye health and not cause aesthetic problems.
Tumors located in the orbit can originate from the tissues in the orbit, and findings such as decreased vision, displacement of the eye, and protrusion of the eye may occur.
Tumors can cause vision loss and visual field defects. Treatment depends on the localization and size of the tumor.
Sevim CAKMAK, MD
Eye Diseases Specialist
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