A 28-year-old female asked:
How common are pyogenic granuloma's are of the inner eye lid? & can they form after a chalazion or stye? what do i do about them? do they always bleed
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Ophthalmology 27 years experience
Pyogenic granulomas: Pyogenic granulomas can occur after a chalazion and are not uncommon. Most need to be excised with a short, minor surgical procedure. Rarely will frequent hot compresses or steroid injections help if it has been present for a long time.
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