Monthly Archives: December 2018

Symptoms of an Orbital Tumor

Orbital tumors can often be benign, particularly in the case of children. But it is important to identify the symptoms and visit an eye doctor for evaluation and removal of the tumor. In case of a malignant orbital tumor, timely

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What causes a mass behind the eye?

The eye orbit contains eye socket bones, eyeball, eye socket muscles, optic nerve, and fatty tissue. Inflammation, tumors or lesions may occur in any of these structures. This could result in a bulging eye, double vision, or vision loss. Experienced

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What is orbital tumor?

A tumor located in the eye orbit, which is the bony socket containing the eye, is called an orbital tumor. The orbital socket is a complex structure, which includes the eye along with nerves, muscles, and connective tissue. It is

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