PURPOSE: To present a combined interventional radiologic and resection technique for the management of a large amblyogenic, highly vascular lesion of the lower eyelid associated with severe mechanical ectropion, conjunctival pyogenic granuloma, and recurrent, spontaneous conjunctival bleeding. METHODS: Preoperative selective embolization and coil placement were followed by resection of the tumor. RESULTS: Embolization, coil placement, and resection were uneventful with cosmetic and functional visual improvement obtained. Pathology indicated a noninvoluting congenital hemangioma. CONCLUSIONS: To the authors' knowledge, this is the first surgical technique reported in the ophthalmic literature for the selective embolization of a noninvoluting congenital hemangioma prior to its resection. Such a technique should be considered in the management of large lesions of this type.