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Xanthelasma     
Although they are benign xanthelasma are more of a cosmetic concern and patients often elect to have them removed. Xanthelasma are yellowish elongated plaques surrounding the eyelids. These harmless non-cancerous growths are collections of fatty deposits under the surface of the skin. They usually develop around the corners of the upper eyelids though sometimes they can also be observed around the lower eyelids as well. They are typically no bigger than 3 mm in diameter and are often flat and s... Read More
 
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