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Papilloma

 A benign neoplasm of the skin that does not pose a danger to human health. Often the need for removal is for cosmetic purposes.

Lipoma

 A soft subcutaneous formation, which is an overgrown adipose tissue. Education is mobile and painless. Lipoma does not degenerate into a tumor. The problem for the patient manifests itself only from an aesthetic point of view.


Atheroma

 Tumor formation resulting from blockage of the sebaceous gland duct. It can appear on any part of the body where hair grows, including the skin of the eyelids and face. The education is painless, but it brings cosmetic inconveniences. In some cases, it can become inflamed. The causes can be metabolic disorders, hormonal imbalances, acne.

Xanthelasma

 Yellowish plaques that rise above the skin can be in the form of "stripes", are located most often on the eyelids. They occur, as a rule, in old age, are the result of cholesterol metabolism disorders and liver dysfunctions. They are painless.

Conjunctival cyst

 Cavity transparent formation on the conjunctiva (on the eyeball or on the eyelid). Looks like a bubble on the eyeball or eyelid from the inside. It may appear after the postponed conjunctivitis, after eye injuries, against the background of the "dry eye" syndrome. Education is painless, does not affect vision, and when large, it can cause discomfort when blinking.

TREATMENT

The treatment of this pathology is surgical: under local anesthesia, a small skin incision is made and the atheroma is excreted together with the capsule. Sutures are possible depending on the size of the incision. The operation takes 5-10 minutes.


The treatment of this pathology is surgical: under local anesthesia, a small skin incision is made and the atheroma is excreted together with the capsule. Sutures are possible depending on the size of the incision. The operation takes 5-10 minutes.


Treatment is aimed at correcting metabolism. For cosmetic purposes, it is possible to remove xanthelasm: under local anesthesia, a skin incision is made, the yellow content dries up, and cosmetic sutures are applied. As a rule, no scars remain after the operation. The duration of the operation depends on the size of the xanthelasma, on average from 30 minutes to an hour. After surgery, slight swelling and hematoma of the eyelids is possible, which pass in a few days. The stitches are usually removed within 5-7 days.

The treatment of this pathology is surgical: under local anesthesia, papillomas are removed. Sutures are possible depending on the size of the incision. The operation takes 5-10 minutes.
 

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