What is Eye Cancer
Eye cancer is the general term that covers quite wide range of tumors developing in various parts of eye tissues and in the appendage of the eye. Neoplasms are usually classified by the location site.
The most common type of malignant tumors is the eyelid cancer. The main age group of affected population is elderly people aged 50–75. Females experience eye cancer more often than males, comprising 60–85 % of the total patient population.