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If I have a flesh colored plaque in inner corner of my eye, do I see ophthalmologist or dermatologist? How can they test/treat it?

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Dr. Alfred H. Rivera
Ophthalmology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Eye doctor

Anything that involves the eye itself should be seen by an eye doctor. This is also true if a skin lesion is very near the eyelid.

In brief: Eye doctor

Anything that involves the eye itself should be seen by an eye doctor. This is also true if a skin lesion is very near the eyelid.
Dr. Alfred H. Rivera
Dr. Alfred H. Rivera
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Dr. Timothy Sullivan
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Ophthalmologist

A yellowish plaque could be pinguecula.
You should use artificial tears, sunglasses, and a baseball cap. See your ophthalmologist for further advice.

In brief: Ophthalmologist

A yellowish plaque could be pinguecula.
You should use artificial tears, sunglasses, and a baseball cap. See your ophthalmologist for further advice.
Dr. Timothy Sullivan
Dr. Timothy Sullivan
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