Orbital Tumor Surgery

Orbital tumors can arise from the eye’s orbit and metastasize from elsewhere in the body. These tumors can vary considerably according to the age of the patient, and can include cysts, vascluar lesions (arising from blood vessels), nerve tumors, sinuses or head, and may also spread directly from surrounding sinuses or the cranium.

Symptoms can develop slowly over a long period of time, however, some patients may experience a rapid onset of symptoms. These symptoms can be important in the early detection of a malignant tumor. Bulging of the eye can be a sign of an orbital tumor. In some cases, the tumor can be visually noticeable at the time of examination.

A variety of tumors can become present in both children and adults. They can impair vision or cause pain. The best method for detection of a tumor is through a CT Scan or MRI. It is critical that these lesions are detected as early as possible and quickly corrected.

The orbit is a highly complex structure that requires special care from an expert. It is important to choose a cosmetic eye surgeon who is specialized in orbit, tear drain and eyelid surgery. Eyesthetica performs surgery for a variety of orbital tumors in adults and children. Eyesthetica’s team of Oculoplastic Surgeons are members of the American Society of Opthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) and have extra training for the care of orbital disease.

We work closely with head and neck surgeons, neurosurgeons, radiologists and oncologists to better provide a team approach for complex tumors.

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