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Removal of Orbital Tumors

The orbit refers to the boney structure of the eye socket, the eyeball, the muscles responsible for eye movement, the optic nerve and the fat which fills the spaces in between. Any of these structures may develop into a tumor. In addition, tumors arising from the surrounding sinuses, brain and nasal cavity may grow through the bone and invade the orbital region. Orbital tumors may affect both adults and children. Fortunately, in both age groups most orbital tumors are benign.

Dr. Carroll and the staff of Alicia Carroll M.D. Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery will remove the orbital tumor and fully reconstruct the affected areas.


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