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Eyelid Tumours: scientific prognosis and surgical procedure
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103 103 Intradermal nevus in the upper lid. 39 Pigmented Lesions 104 104 Intradermal nevus in the upper lid. 105 105 Intradermal nevus in the upper lid of a 32-year-old female. 106 106 Intradermal nevus located at, and posterior to, the gray line of the right upper lid. 108 107 107 A compound nevus in the right lower lid of a 25-year-old female. The canaliculus was reconstructed with no subsequent epiphora. 109 108, 109 Compound nevus. 108:This nevus in a 28-year-old female had been present since three years of age, but began to enlarge six months prior to surgical removal.
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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.