Conjunctiva

Squamous Papilloma
Squamous Papilloma

Seen in children and Elderly. Often in the context of HPV infection. Has a low malignant transformation, only in elderly patients

Pterygium
Pterygium
Gonococcal Conjontivitis
Gonococcal Conjontivitis

Gonococcal infection can perforate an intact epithelium. Should be referred urgently to an ophthalmologist and systemic treatment is required.

Giant papillary conjunctivitis
Giant papillary conjunctivitis

Often in the context of Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis, mostly seen in children. Can be associated with chronic foreign body ( contact lens, suture)

Pterygium
Pterygium
Pterygium
Pterygium

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Pinguecula
Pinguecula

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Pterygium
Pterygium

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Conjunctival Nevus
Conjunctival Nevus

Appears benign. However, it should be watched for the remote possibility of a change. Copyrights : EyeRounds.org. University of Iowa"

Cystic conjunctival nevus
Cystic conjunctival nevus

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Nevus
Nevus

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Conjunctival cyst
Conjunctival cyst

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Conjunctival Hemorrhage
Conjunctival Hemorrhage

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Follicular conjunctivitis
Follicular conjunctivitis

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Follicular Conjunctivitis
Follicular Conjunctivitis

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Follicular conjunctivitis
Follicular conjunctivitis

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Papillary conjunctivitis
Papillary conjunctivitis

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