Eyelid Xanthoma Eyelid Xanthoma are a soft, yellow-colored papule or plaque that occurs in the median area of the eye.
It is characterized by a semi-solid, yellow-colored deposit, which frequently occurs in median aspects of both eyes, in the recess of your eyelid as it connects to the nearest point to your nose bridge area.
Xanthomes happen in a range of shapes, sizes, shapes and colours, however, are mainly semi-solid, semi-transparent and frequently yellow, with a few exceptions.
Eyelid Xanthomas are a benign disease that has never resulted in severe repercussions, however, is cosmetically problematic, and many patients are dissatisfied with their images and look for medical recommendations for their removal.
There is usually no apparent medical diagnosis and there is no need to make any assumptions about the cause, such as cholesterol deposits that collect under the skin or the existence of ulcerative colitis.
However, the eyelid xanthomas may be appearing as secondary skin condition, resulting from a more major health issue that is causing the lip disorder that is formulating the eyelid xanthomas.