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Lymphatic Cyst Eye
Conjunctival cyst: Depending on the size. A small conj. Cyst can be removed by incising with a small needle and is painless. A larger one may need to be incised and the entire cyst sack be removed. This takes a little longer, but with the right drops and possibly a small injection of Lidocaine is painless also. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Cyst on eye?: If what you describe is truly cystic (clear bleb), the bleb may result from an included foreign body. The elevated area of the conjunctiva can dry out and become inflamed. If what you are describing is a solid elevation nasally of temporally to the colored iris, you may be describing a pingueculum. This is an UV damage area and can result in inflammation. Get an exam. ...Read more
Eye lid cyst: This depends on the location within the eye lid, weather it is superficial or deep. Either way it is office minor surgery with quick recovery and little or no pain. ...Read more
I need to know the reason why I have a lot of fat cysts in different parts of my body -back, eye, . ..?
My son got small cyst under skin of his head above his left eye, do I need to do scan to find out what it is, I have concerns about it, ?
See your eye doctor: You need to see your eye doctor, and have them evaluate the size, position, how long you've had it, and what type it is. They can discuss with you the best approach, and what's involved. Usually, it's an outpatient procedure, so you go home the same day. ...Read more
Have a painful cyst at the corner of eye has increased in size and I have no insurance what is my best course of action to get it removed?
Consider going to a: County hospital or call different drs clinic in your area and ask & compare prices. Best wishes! ...Read more
Cyst: If the cyst is on the eye, it is generally benign. If it becomes larger and bothersome, it can be surgically removed. A bump on the eyelid is usually a stye or chalazion, which can be managed with warm compresses and topical antibiotic. In either case, seek help from your local ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Depends on how big: It is and how long its been there? See an eye doctor, so it can be measured, and if it's causing a lot of tearing, you need medical help. So, your eye specialist can examine you, do a dilated fundoscopic exam to look inside your eye (s) too and give you a definitive answer. That's the best thing to do! Don't delay! ...Read more
I have a tumor the size of a pea on my right side, I also kave a cella cyst reft kii on left side and it's pinching my eye sight nerves?
You will need to ask your neurologist or neurosurgeon for specific details.
Here's some general information on types of brain tumours including pituitary tumours and their treatment.
http://patient. Info/health/brain-cancer-and-brain-tumours ...Read more
I think I've got a cyst under my eye have been taken staphylex for the past 6 days and it's not doing any thing should I head to the hospital?
See ophthalmologist: This is not an emergency situation. You have a mature stye which sometimes ends up as a hard cyst in the lid. This can sometimes spontanously go with time you can apply heat to accelerate this process. If the cyst is large or is bothering you, see your ophthalmologist to learn about other options. ...Read more
I think I have a sebaceous cyst between my eyes. It's been there for about 2 years, it kind of went away then recently came back. Is it sebaceous?
I have to have eye "cyst" removed on the inner lower lid. Is there something I can do to decrease its size in the meantime? Chances this is cancer?
Need to see it: No way to know what it is or what the treatment should be without seeing it. ...Read more
I have a cyst near my eyes I have undergone surgery twice but every time there has been a regrowth, is it possible to permanently remove it?
Wide excision: Wide excision by the eye doctor should help you ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the type of the cysts. We can get a stye which is the oil gland blockage on the lid margin. The cyst can be a different kind of skin oil gland or sebaceous gland. It also can be a fluid filled cyst. If its a stye heat pack can help. Majority of the time it requires surgical drainage or excision. ...Read more
I have a cyst on my upper eye lid that keeps coming back or has not gone away over a month and continues to drain?
Eyelid cyst: I would recommend seeing an eye doctor and having the cyst removed. ...Read more
I have a giant cyst in my bottom left eye lid and a medium sized one in my I have bandages on both eyes how will I see?
If you are asking: If bandages are needed for cyst removal, then the answer is usually not. ...Read more
Have cyst on R eyeball. Feels like sand on surface of my eye. It is a clear irregular bump on the white part. Hurts. L eye is prosthesis. Worried!
Probably Stye: If this occurred rather suddenly, it probably is a stye, which is a blocked oil gland of the eyelid. It can become secondarily infected and can spread to adjacent tissues leading to cellulitis. Most of these styes respond to very warm compresses 3-4 times/day for 10' followed by gentle massage with a washcloth containing a small amount of baby shampoo. After a week, the stye should nearly resolve. ...Read more
Lupus and eyes: Lupus can cause many eye problems, including retinopathy (abnormal blood vessel formation), scleritis, vein occlusions, cranial nerve palsies, and optic neuropathy. Plaquenil, (hydroxychloroquine) a medicine often used to treat lupus, may have eye toxicity of its own depending on dosage and duration used. It is important to have regular eye exams with an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Stye/chalazeon: If this bump is sore and red it could be a stye, or chalazeon. Also, the eye itself could be infected or involved. A stye is typically treated with several days of using warm compresses; but the only way to be sure is to visit your eye doctor ASAP to find the exact cause and get the proper treatment. Do not rely on over the counter remedies unless your doctor recommends them. ...Read more
Maybe both: It depends where that description is from, but it sounds like a gross description (not microscopic) so they are likely seen with the naked eye. Though if they are papillary to the naked eye, they will usually be under the scope too. ...Read more
My grandma was diagnosed with retina cyst in her right eye. What is the best treatment or thing to do?
I keep getting cysts on my eye lids. I had one squeezed out by an ophthalmologist a few years ago but now it keeps flaring up on the other eye.
Cysts common: If your ophthalmologist was able to remove secretions from your cyst, you most likely had/have sebacious cysts. These are common, not serious, just annoying. They are filled with a "cottage cheese " like substance. They are a dermatologic condition that is most likely genetic. There is no way to prevent them: (. ...Read more