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Which doctor/ specialist should be consulted for the following

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Which doctor/ specialist should be consulted for the following problem:
Above the top eye lid, there is a buldge that could be on a blood vain,that clotted, can this be removed ? It is not painfull but uncomfortable and appears to become bigger and more visible?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. Rick replied 4 years ago.

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An ophthalmologist would be the specialist to consult for this condition.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thank you for that, but what would the cause for this be and what is the condition called? Could you also advise on ore onfo on the condition and suggested treatments ?

Expert:  Dr. Rick replied 4 years ago.
It is really impossible to know for sure what is going on without examining you, but it may be a lipoma, a cyst, a hemangioma or even just a broken blood vessel with a clot in it.

It shouldn't take your doctor very long to figure out what it is once she can look at it and touch it.

The treatment, of course, will depend on what is going on.

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