Orbital Tumors

The orbital socket contains the eye muscles, nerves, and the eye. Various tumors may form within or spread to the orbit. Dr. McCann is a regional expert in caring for patients with orbital tumors and has patients that travel from all over the country and the world.

Some tumors are not cancerous but require removal to protect vision. Some tumors are cancerous and require biopsy or removal to prevent spread to the brain or other vital organs. In the case of cancerous tumors, Dr. McCann works together with a comprehensive team consisting of oncologist, radiation oncologist and sometimes brain or sinus surgeons.


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Related Procedures

Dr. McCann offers additional orbital disease procedures. Learn more about them.


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