Eyelid Papilloma

The eyelid papilloma is one of the most common eyelid tumors and usually occurs in middle-aged or elderly patients. It is benign, painless, and carries little to no risk for growth into cancer. It looks like a skin tag and can be solitary or multiple, smooth or rough and is similar in color to adjacent skin. Management is typically observation or surgical removal if the lesion is large or swollen.

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