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These kids of lesions are usually quite amenable to excision with surgery and by so doing, can be sent to a pathologist to examine it and know what type of tissue you're dealing with (benign, malignant, etc...). If you're having difficulty with your current ophthalmologist wanting to do this, then I would recommend getting a second opinion. Does that make sense?
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