Human head and neck Ocular melanosis

A case of limbal Malignant Melanoma: AbstractA case of limbal Malignant Melanoma: Abstract
No systemic complaints. A black mass was seen on limbus with lobulated appearance. On Usg ocular coats were normal. Ubm shows 8 5 mm mass. Excision of mass was done and biopsy confirmed diagnosis. Mass excision was supplemented with. Ocular melanosis
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Benign Epi-bulbar TumorsBenign Epi-bulbar Tumors
Collagen wall, lined by stratified squamous epithelium, containing dermal elements. Ocular melanosis
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Conjunctival Primary Acquired Melanosis: Is It Time for a New Terminology?Conjunctival Primary Acquired Melanosis: Is It Time for a New Terminology?
Comment to “Conjunctival Primary Acquired Melanosis: Is It Time for a New Terminology?”. Ocular melanosis
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Melanoma History John HunterMelanoma History John Hunter
Others claim Dupuytren was the first to describe it in lectures as “cancer noire”. Ocular melanosis
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Conjunctival pigmented lesions, Version 3, 15. 09. 10Conjunctival pigmented lesions, Version 3, 15. 09. 10
Melanosis (melanocytosis) = increased pigmentation caused by increased size or proliferation of melanocytes. Ocular melanosis
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Iii toxic conjunctivitisIii toxic conjunctivitis
It includes eye medications (Table IX) and eye cosmetics (eyeliners and mascara). It may also occur as a reaction to proteins shed into the conjunctiva during molluscum contagiosum (see above) infections and Phtirus pubis infestations. Ocular melanosis
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