Eli L. Chang WAILEA, Hawaii — When treatment for eyelid lesions is not working, investigate further to ensure malignancy is not the underlying etiology, Eli L. Chang, MD, FACS, said at Hawaiian Eye 2018.
The first key point to avoiding missing the diagnosis of a malignant lesion is to know the anatomy, Chang said. Then, “if your diagnosis doesn’t make sense, investigate further. If your treatment doesn’t work, you need to investigate further.”
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