Year : 2022 | Volume
: 4 | Issue : 1 | Page : 53-
Anterior segment optical coherence tomography findings in epibulbar choristomas: Case Series
Martha Gonzalez-Hernandez1, Fernando Martinez-Solis1, Miguel Paz-Gonzalez2, Manuel Garza-Leon1
1 Department of Clinical Sciences, Division of Health Sciences, University of Monterrey; Fundación Destellos de Luz, I.B.P, San Pedro Garza García, México
2 Department of Pathology, Hospital Christus Muguerza Alta Especialidad, Nuevo Leon, México
Epibulbar choristomas are benign congenital ocular tumors characterized by abnormal growth in the epibulbar tissue, eyelids, and choroids. Two cases of epibulbar choristomas are described; the first one is a 39-year-old woman who presented a temporally conjunctival mass that had progressed in size accompanied by foreign body sensation and epiphora. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) and surgical resection were performed with a histopathological diagnosis of dermolipoma. The second case is a 7-year-old boy with a congenital corneal lesion in the nasal sector, elevated, vascularized, and with decreased visual acuity. In both cases, OCT showed a thinned epithelium with hyporeflective subepithelial fusiform lesions. OCT is an auxiliary method for the diagnosis of conjunctival lesions, such as epibulbar choristomas.
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Gonzalez-Hernandez M, Martinez-Solis F, Paz-Gonzalez M, Garza-Leon M. Anterior segment optical coherence tomography findings in epibulbar choristomas: Case Series.Pan Am J Ophthalmol 2022;4:53-53
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Gonzalez-Hernandez M, Martinez-Solis F, Paz-Gonzalez M, Garza-Leon M. Anterior segment optical coherence tomography findings in epibulbar choristomas: Case Series. Pan Am J Ophthalmol [serial online] 2022 [cited 2022 Dec 7 ];4:53-53
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