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Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology


Clinicopathological study of conjunctival and epibulbar lesions


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Author Details : Ravindra Banakar, Shruti Muddebihal*

Volume : 5, Issue : 1, Year : 2019

Article Page : 108-113


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Abstract

Purpose: A retrospective study conducted to evaluate the profile of patients with conjunctival and epibulbar lesions who underwent surgical excision with or without ocular surface reconstruction.
Setting: This study included 126 patients of either sex diagnosed to have benign and malignant tumors of conjunctiva, eyelid and orbit who were subjected to excision biopsy.
Materials and Methods: A retrospective chart review of all patients treated between 2009 to 2015 was done. Only those patients whose clinical diagnosis was confirmed by histopathology examination were included.
Results: Of the 126 patients 66(552.38%) were males and 60(47.62%) were females with mean age 40.77 years (1-80years). In a total 126 patients conjunctival tumors were found in 46(36.50%), lid lesions in 53(42.06%) and orbital lesions in 27(21.42%).

Keywords: Conjunctival lesions, Epibulbar lesions.

Doi : 10.18231/2395-1451.2019.0024

How to cite : Banakar R, Muddebihal S, Clinicopathological study of conjunctival and epibulbar lesions. Indian J Clin Exp Ophthalmol 2019;5(1):108-113

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