Decreased Eyelid Postoperative Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Tumor?
Good evening doctor, I am a patient diagnosed with an adenoid cystic carcinoma tumor, and I have undergone surgery accompanied by radiotherapy, now my right eyelid has decreased whether it can be performed on the eyelid operation and is it safe or not for me? thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also sorry for your condition. Previously need to know in advance, what do you mean by a decrease, whether the skin tissue drops, or there is interference with the nerves so that the eyelids can not open, or there are certain lumps that block your view, or others.
In addition, please also be aware of where you get the option of surgery on the eyelid as a solution to your problem, because if not from the eye doctor, it might not be the solution, regardless of whether your condition is now feasible or not performed surgery. Furthermore, many other factors must also be considered if you really want to be operated on, such as a history of diabetes, high blood pressure, whether there are disorders of blood clotting factors and age, for which we cannot obtain all this information from you.
Unfortunately indeed, this you can not know without a direct check. So because there is actually a lot of information that has not been clarified, we suggest that you consult your ophthalmologist directly, to find out what is the real cause of your condition and what is the best treatment. And if you do have surgery, you can also do a physical examination to find out if you are safe to do the surgery.
In the meantime, do not do the handling independently, do not need to be dripped or smeared with any medicine without a doctor's abyss, and immediately check yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.