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VOLUME 8,ISSUE 2
April - June 2019
 
Abstract

Benign Pigmented conjunctival lesion- conjunctival nevus: A Case Report

Mayuri A. Chitre1, Meet K. Parikh2, H. D. Ahir3

1 MBBS,MS OPHTHALMOLOGY at Department of Ophthalmology,SSGHospital,Vadodara;
2MBBS,PGResident,Department of Ophthalmology,SSGHospital,Vadodara;
3 MS Ophthalmology,Head of the Department ,Department of Ophthalmology,SSGHospital,Vadodara.

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: A 10 years old Asian , Indian female presented to our institute with a history of hyper pigmented, juxta – limbal lesion on bulbar conjunctiva of right eye. A complete excisional biopsy was done under general anaesthesia and the specimen was sent for histopathological corelation. Upon histopathological examination a diagnosis of compound conjunctival nevus was made. The patient had an uneventful post-op recovery.

Keywords: Compound conjunctival Nevus, excisional biopsy.


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