|Eyelid & Skin Cancers|
Skin cancer is a common malignancy seen in all races and ethnic groups, especially in Caucasians. It is particularly evident in sunnier climates like Texas. Eyelid skin cancers occur more frequently on the lower eyelid, but may occur anywhere on the eyelid or face. Usually they are painless elevations or nodules of the eyelid margin, but they may be flat or cratered. Frequently, eyelashes are distorted or missing. Other indications may be ulceration of the lesions or bleeding, crusting, or distortion of the normal eyelid architecture. A variety of treatment methods are available, with the goals being complete tumor excision and functional, aesthetically pleasing reconstruction.
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