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Eyelid Tumours: Clinical Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment by JAY JUSTIN. OLDER

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Eyelid Tumours: medical analysis and surgical procedure

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236: 561–566. 72. Ronner HJ, Jones IS (1995). Rhabdomyosarcoma. In: Current Ocular Therapy 4. T. H. Roy (eds). Saunders, Philadelphia, pp. 216–218. 73. Arnold AC, Bullock JD, Foos RY (1985). Metastatic eyelid carcinoma. Ophthalmology, 92(1): 114–119. 37 74. Kindermann WIT, Shields JA, Eiferman RA, Stephens RF, Hirsch SE (1981). Metastatic renal cell carcinoma to the eye and adnexae. A report of three cases and review of the literature. Ophthalmology, 88(12): 1347–1350. 75. Weiner JM, Henderson PN, Roche J (1986).

Although this necessitates an increased expense, most patients appreciate knowing that the lesion is not malignant. Most authors suggest sending tissue for biopsy in cases of recurrent chalazia. However, this may result in patients being treated for recurrent chalazia for several months to over a year before a biopsy is performed, and a diagnosis of, for example, sebaceous cell carcinoma made (80). The author removed what he thought was a chalazion, but the pathology report showed malignant lymphoma.

Since these conditions have multiple eruptions and are often associated with systemic manifestations, they usually do not cause confusion in a differential diagnosis of eyelid tumors. Discoid Lupus DISCOID LUPUS Discoid lupus erythematosus involves the skin surfaces of the body. It rarely involves the eyelid and, therefore, can be difficult to diagnose. Characteristic features of the lesions 43 are redness, itching, scaling, scarring, and involvement of the hair follicles (118). This is sometimes considered a photosensitive dermatitis.

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