Ophthalmic oncology

Tumors can arise in almost any part of the eye. Some eye tumors can be quite serious, while others need no treatment.

Ocular Surface Tumors, Tumors may occur on the surface of the eye due to overexposure to the sun and other causes.

Uveal Melanoma, Melanoma of the uveal tract is an uncommon, but serious, condition that requires careful diagnosis and follow-up.

Orbital Tumors and Inflammation, The orbit is comprised of the bones of the eye socket, the eyeball, the eye muscles, the optic nerve and the surrounding fat. Any of these structures may form a tumor in adults and children.

Retinoblastoma, Tumors of the retina, in the back of the eye, are uncommon and are mostly found in young children, although they can develop at any age.

Ocular tumors including intraocular tumor resection, as well as laser, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy treatments for the eye, eyelid, orbit and conjunctiva, as needed.