Orbital Issues Fort Myers

Due to thyroid disease, hyperthyroidism may create swelling and inflammation in the orbit.  As a result, eyes may protrude.  This condition is corrected surgically by removing some bone around the orbit so the eye may “fall” back into the orbit.

Orbital tumors:  Tumors may develop in the orbit or spread from other areas in the body. Fortunately, most orbital tumors are benign.  A radiographic scan will be ordered to help with the diagnosis and a biopsy may be necessary. 

Contact our office for a consultation or call 239-947-4042.

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