Intraorbital tumors produce a protrusion of the eyeball.
Through transosseous approaches we can extract these tumors and normalize the position of the eyeball.
A small group of patients with hyperthyroidism may present a lump of both eyeballs.
The patient relates the sensation of eye grit to not being able to close the eyes when sleeping.
This situation can trigger a corneal alteration that can cause ocular discomfort and event evolve to blindness.
This situation can be corrected surgically and relieve this symptomatology.