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Orbital (Eye Socket) Tumors
A variety of tumors can occur in the eye socket in both adults and children. In some cases these tumors can be biopsied or removed entirely with outpatient surgery. More aggressive tumors, however, may require coordination with other surgical specialists.
Bone which protects the eye is called the orbit. The bone, optic nerve, and muscles that control the eye are tissues where orbital tumors may form.