About 10 days after the birth of the newborn, white colloids were found at the junction of the whites of the eyes and the eyeballs. The full moon physical examination was diagnosed as keratoconjunctival dermoid tumor (see the picture below). The hospital recommended observation at that time. The half-year-old physical examination in the maternal and child hospital showed that the tumor did not grow significantly, but the patient had astigmatism. It is recommended to go to the third class hospital for re examination. Q: 1. Whether there is the possibility of misdiagnosis of keratoconjunctival dermoid tumor; 2. The initial doctor explained that the situation needs surgical treatment, so whether the non operation has a great impact on vision, whether it has other effects on the body except beauty, and whether the later the operation is, the better considering the influence of anesthesia (after the age of 14); 3. What precautions should be taken before operation.
Generally speaking, the fundus examination has been done, and the possibility of misdiagnosis is is not great, so this situation should be treated by surgery in time. If not treated by surgery, the symptoms of oppression will be reached to a certain extent, which will affect the child's vision.
According to your situation, you usually look for conjunctival dermoid tumor in the past. This is usually after surgery. This can generally help you recover. This should be checked clearly. This should be diagnosed. You also need to strengthen your physique at ordinary times. It is necessary to have surgery for treatment
If diagnosed with keratoconjunctival dermoid tumor, it can be treated surgically. The disease is caused by the presence of congenital developmental abnormalities. If the tumor is small and has no significant impact on the child, it needs to be observed. In case of affecting vision, surgery is needed for resection.