Orbital Tumors

Tumors of the orbit have a wide clinical spectrum and must be carefully evaluated and treated.

The function and preservation of the eye drive the clinical decision-making process, however, the eye may not always be salvaged. Some tumors in the eye socket may only require sequential examinations and imaging to monitor for growth and compression of important structures. Your oculofacial plastic surgeon will discuss your treatment options and clinical course with you in more detail.

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