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Figure 2: (a) Left eye with an elevated, vascularized, yellow, with the presence of hair follicles conjunctival lesion in the upper nasal quadrant), and (b) a corneal opacity adjacent to the conjunctival lesion. (c) OCT images show the area of the scan (red line) and the conjunctiva shows a thinned conjunctival epithelium (86 μm) and some fusiform hyporeflective subepithelial areas, (d) corneal OCT image shows a normal thickness epithelium (68 μm) with a hyperreflective area with peripheral subepithelial thickening (192 to 227 μm) shadowing of the underlying tissue that decreases (105 μm) as it approaches the center of the cornea. OCT: Optical coherence tomography

Figure 2: (a) Left eye with an elevated, vascularized, yellow, with the presence of hair follicles conjunctival lesion in the upper nasal quadrant), and (b) a corneal opacity adjacent to the conjunctival lesion. (c) OCT images show the area of the scan (red line) and the conjunctiva shows a thinned conjunctival epithelium (86 μm) and some fusiform hyporeflective subepithelial areas, (d) corneal OCT image shows a normal thickness epithelium (68 μm) with a hyperreflective area with peripheral subepithelial thickening (192 to 227 μm) shadowing of the underlying tissue that decreases (105 μm) as it approaches the center of the cornea. OCT: Optical coherence tomography