January - March 2021

A Clinical Study Of Lid Tumours In Jamnagar District

Parth K. Shah 1*, Mayank P.Acharya2, Nishant D. Solanki,3, Manoj Kumari4

1,3,4Junior Resident, 2Additional Professor Of Department Of Ophthalmology, Guru Gobind Singh Hospital, Jamnagar



BACKGROUND: Eyelid Tumours Are By Far The Most Common Neoplasm Encountered In Clinical Ophthalmic Practice. They Are Estimated To Represent More Than 90% Of All Ophthalmic Tumours. Approximately 5% To 10% Of All Skin Cancers Occur In The Eyelid. AIM: To Study The Incidence Of Lid Tumours. To Study The Presentation Of Benign And Malignant Lid Tumors. To Characterize A Pattern Of Distribution Of Lid Tumours. MATERIAL AND METHODS:This Study Was Carried Out Over A Period Of Two Year At The Department Of Ophthalmology, Guru Gobind Singh Hospital. Detailed Ophthalmic Examination Was Carried Out With Histopathological Examinations. RESULT: In Our Study,  Out Of 100 Cases 34 Cases Were Malignant And 66 Cases Were Benign.  In Our Study 56 Male Patients And 44 Female Patients. Right Eye Was Involved In 58% Cases And Left Eye Involved In 42% Cases. In Benign Tumours Sebaceous Cyst Was Most Common And In Malignant Tumours Meibomian Gland Carcinoma Was Most Common. Both Lids Were Involved In 1 Male And 1 Female. Out Of These Patients 1 Had Meibomian Gland Carcinoma And 1 Had Squamous Cell Carcinoma. CONCLUSION: Study Shows Male Predominance. Benign Tumours Were Present In 71% Male Patients And 59% In Females. Malignant Tumours Were Present In 29% Male Patients And 41% Females. An Overall Prediction For Right Eye And Upper Eyelid Was Found. Benign Tumours Presented At Younger Age Group And Malignant Tumours Were Present At Older Age Group. Benign Tumours Were More Common In Males And Malignant Tumours Were More Common In Females.


Keywords: Eyelid, Tumour, Benign, Malignant, Mebomian Gland Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma


Keywords: Clinical Study Of Lid Tumours In Jamnagar District

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