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

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Pterygium
Pterygium
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Gonococcal Conjontivitis
Gonococcal Conjontivitis

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

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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)

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Pterygium
Pterygium
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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"

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Cystic conjunctival nevus
Cystic conjunctival nevus

Such lesions should be watch for malignancy potential Copyrights : EyeRounds.org. University of Iowa"

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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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We would like to thank Dr. M. Darvish,  Eyerounds.org & DJO.harvard.edu for sharing their picture bank.