God has given us many blessings, including one with eyes. The world is very beautiful, and we can only see the beauty of it when our eyes are in perfect peace. Ask the value of the eyes of those who do not have eyes or lose eyesight. As time goes by, human science and technology are evolving, but at the same time, many new diseases are emerging, one of which is Eye Cancer. The disease may have been found in ancient times, but it was difficult to know because people was not aware of it. In today’s article we will tell you about symptoms, types, causes, and treatments of Eye Cancer.
Symptoms of Eye cancer:
Major Symptoms of eye cancer are;
- Shadows, Flashes of light, or wiggly lines in your vision
- Obscured vision
- A dull fix in your eye that’s getting bigger
- Incomplete or complete loss of vision
- Swelling of 1 eye
- An irregularity on your eyelid or in your eye that is expanding in size
- Pain in or around your eye, This is rare.
Types of Eye Cancer:
There are many types of Eye cancer including Melanoma, Retinoblastoma, Lymphoma, Sebaceous Carcinoma and Kaposi’s sarcoma etc.
Melanoma: is mostly appears on the skin but it can also occur in your eyes. At the point when it does, specialists call it ocular melanoma.
Retinoblastoma: is rare kind of eye cancer and mostly influences kids younger than 5.
Lymphoma: The normal age lymphoma of the eye is somewhere in the range of 50 and 60 years. Anybody whose immune system isn’t functioning as it should may be more likely to create lymphoma of the eye.
Sebaceous Carcinoma: Sebaceous carcinoma is an uncommon, exceptionally threatening, and possibly deadly tumor of the skin, which most regularly happens in the eyelid. Most patients diagnosed with Excision and Mohs surgery.
Kaposi’s sarcoma: Kaposi’s sarcoma is for the most part observed on the skin and it is very rare, however can affect other parts as well such as eyes. It is usually occurred due to weak immune system.
Causes of Eye Cancer:
Eye cancer is very rare and most of the doctors can not know the cause but the major causes of risk an eye cancer may depend on your age, your gender, race, Being white, Certain inherited skin disorders, Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, Individual history, Family history, sunlight or certain chemicals, Certain genetic mutations and Moles.
The most common treatment for eye cancer are radiotherapy, surgery, and chemotherapy, but there are other methods of treatment that are depended on which type of size of cancer patient have and also his general health and fitness. Your specialist will talk about the choices with you and build up customize program of treatment.
The survival rate is also depended on the size and type of cancer diagnosed. If you ever have a problem or if you have above symptoms so you should go to a good eye doctor and get your checkup and test done. Eye Cancer patients must consult with recognized cancer treatment institutions and consultants (doctors).