Ocular tumors, often known as eye tumors, are tumors that affect the eyes. A tumor is a collection of abnormally growing cells that can be either malignant (cancerous) or benign (non-cancerous) (noncancerous). Metastatic eye tumors are the most prevalent type of eye tumor. The study and treatment of cancers in or around the eye is referred to as ocular oncology. These tumors can range from benign to life-threatening, and they can result in vision loss or the loss of the eye itself. Ocular care for people with eye cancer is a unique field. Certainly, the difficulties encountered are not the same as those encountered in a regular ophthalmic practice.