Pterygium Surgery is used to treat an eye condition known as pterygium (also known as surfer's eye). In this condition, the patient develops a benign pink growth on the eye. In some cases, the growth can interfere with vision. In pterygium surgery, the doctor usually removes the growth and uses a tissue graft to patch up the area. The graft can be held in place with stitches or surgical glue.
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