Simple solution to a common problem - Eyelid Lesions

Eyelid lesions (eyelid lumps and bumps) are very common, and the experienced ophthalmologists at Eye care on 5th treat them on an almost daily basis. An eyelid lesion sometimes forms a small eyelid mass, or eyelid tumor. For optimal diagnosis and treatment, removal and biopsy by your Manhattan ophthalmologist is usually required and can be done in our office at 25 5th Ave, #1A.

There are five main types of benign tumors and five main types of malignant tumors

A comprehensive eye and vision examination at Eye Care on 5th may include, but is not limited to, the following tests:

    Benign tumors:

  • benign epithelial tumors
  • adnexal and cystic tumors
  • pigmented lesions
  • xanthelasma
  • pre-cancerous epithelial tumors

    Malignant tumors:

  • melanoma
  • lymphoma
  • squamous cell carcinoma
  • basal cell carcinoma
  • sebaceous gland carcinoma

At Eye Care on 5th, we stand by our preventative care and thorough, individualized treatment as a way of achieving the highest possible success rate for all patients. Call us for personal care and analysis of your eyelid lesion at (917) 639 – 3459.

Eye Care on 5th Avenue 25 5th Avenue, # 1A New York, NY 10003
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