Lynley - Types of eyelid lumps and swellings

What types of eyelid lumps are there? Or they are only represented by harmless cysts?

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Answer for Are there more than one type of eyelid lumps and swellings? from Renew Skin Team
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To begin with, there are various types of lumps which are divided mainly into two groups: cancerous lesions such as: basal cell carcinoma that can be infiltrative, medial canthal, ulcerative or umbilicated, cystic squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, sebaceous cell carcinoma; and non-cancerous: eyelid cellulitis (preseptal or orbital), sweat gland cysts, inclusion cyst, nevi(intradermal or compound), chalazion, eyelid abscess, stye, meibomian cyst, sebaceous cyst, seborrheic keratosis (age-related warts), xanthelasma, Papilloma, etc. Furthermore, the possible eyelid illnesses and disorder swellings can indicate, besides the above mentioned: blepharitis, conjunctivitis and other of forms of it, allergies, kidney disorders, orbital cellulitis, herpes simplex or zoster ophthalmicus, ectropion, blunt trauma, dacryocystitis, infected eye lash follicles, etc. The specialists at Renew Skin & Health Clinic say that the vast majority of eyelid lumps, bumps or swellings go away by themselves with the help of warm compresses or with antibiotic intakes and eye drops, but the ones that dont, usually require removal. You can rest assured that at our clinic you will be advised about the best action you can take, regarding your eyelids lumps or swelling removal, due to our highly qualified GPs or private eye specialists and their vast knowledge in dermatology and by using only state-of-the-art-technology. People in Stratford upon Avon are also welcome to benefit from our professional, safe, painless and highly effective eyelid lumps removal treatments and consultations.

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