corneoconjunctival

corneoconjunctival

pertaining to the cornea and conjunctiva, as in a corneal flap which transposes tissue from the conjunctiva.
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When more than 50-70% of stromal depth is affected, then grafting techniques like conjunctival grafting, corneoconjunctival transposition (CCT) or biomaterial grafting is done (Goulle, 2012).
Based on the anatomical location and histopathological features of the masses with hair each choristoma in Case 1 was diagnosed as a bilateral corneoconjunctival and conjunctival dermoid and the one in Case 2 was diagnosed as a unilateral corneoconjunctival dermoid.
The clinical diagnosis was bilateral corneoconjunctival and nictitans dermoids.
The clinical diagnosis was a unilateral corneoconjunctival dermoid.
The corneoconjunctival mass contained well-developed hair follicles as well as apocrine and sebaceous glands (Fig.
Of those bilateral cases inferonasal corneoconjunctival dermoids were most frequently reported followed by nasal canthal dermoids (Ismail 1993; Yeruham et al.
According to Barkyoumb's nomenclature (Barkyoumb and Leipold 1984) the left eye in our Case 1 was determined to contain a corneoconjunctival dermoid.
Conjunctival, corneal, corneoscleral and corneoconjunctival forms were observed.
The dermoid cyst had shown conjunctival, corneal, corneoscleral and corneoconjunctival involvement (Fig.