Category Archives: Orbital Tumors and Cancer

Removing an Orbital Tumor

When you develop a growth within the orbit, the bony housing that is about 2 inches deep and protects all but the front of the eye, this is an orbital tumor. These tumors are usually benign, but they can still be dangerous for your vision because as they grow, they can place pressure on the… Read More »

Eyelid Tumors

In Stockton, we’re out in the sun a ton. With that sun exposure comes increased chances of developing skin cancer. But when we think of skin cancer, most of us look at our arms, our back, our nose, our legs, maybe even our scalp. The goal is to spot suspicious-looking growths that are either skin… Read More »


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