Eyelid Cancer


Eyelid growth is a general term for a tumor that happens on or in the eyelid. It is comprehensively sorted as an epithelial tumor, which is on the external surface. An eyelid tumor can start from sebaceous, sweat, or apocrine organs. The most widely recognized kinds of growth happening on the eyelid are:

Eyelid Cancer

1. Basal cell carcinoma

2. Sebaceous carcinoma

3. Squamous cell carcinoma

4. Melanoma

Hazard Factors

  • Presentation to UV radiation
  • Skin type
  • Sex
  • Age
  • A background marked by sunburns or delicate skin
  • Family history
  • Past skin malignancy
  • Precancerous skin conditions


  • An adjustment in appearance of the eyelid skin
  • Swelling of the eyelid
  • Thickening of the eyelid
  • Interminable contamination of the eyelid
  • A ulceration on the eyelid that does not recuperate
  • A spreading mass on the eyelid



Customary eye assessments by the human service and self-examinations are done by physicians, so that they can detect the tumor and treat it.


A biopsy is the evacuation of tissue for examination under a magnifying lens. A pathologist at that point breaks down the sample. The biopsy can be performed utilizing a fine needle biopsy or by surgically evacuating part or the greater part of the tumor. The pathology of the salivary organ might be entangled, even among experienced pathologists.