Published in Health and Medicine Week, July 28th, 2003
"Conjunctival nevi are lesions observed commonly occasionnally and can be found later in a life," scientists in France report.
"Such a lesion was observed on the conjunctival semilunar fold in a 76-year-old female patient. It was oval in shape, pigmented, and was mainly visible when the affected eye was in abduction," wrote F. Dhermies and colleagues, Hospital Hotel Dieu, Ophthalmology Service.
"As no accurate anterior clinical history was available, surgical resection was performed. Histopathological study disclosed a subepithelial nevus, which was completely resected....
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