To the Editor: Osseous choristoma is the rarest type of the epibulbar
Ocular examination revealed yellowish soft noninflamed mass in the right eye identified as epibulbar
dermoid at the inferotemporal limbus.
Goldenhar Syndrome, also termed oculo-auriculovertebral spectrum, is a congenital birth defect, which can result in ocular changes such as microphthalmia, epibulbar
dermoids, lipodermoids and coloboma, along with aural anomalies and vertebral defects.
Orbit: orbit dystopia (bad position), epibulbar
dermoid, anophthalmia/microphthalmia, blepharoptosis, retinal or choroidal coloboma, among other less frequent anomalies.
Rare subconjunctival epibulbar
tumor (pure myxoma) [in German].
En otros casos con o sin anomalias vertebrales o dermoides epibulbar
It is generally accepted that the spectrum includes some of the following abnormalities: ear malformations, micrognathia, epibulbar
dermoids/lipodermoids and/or colobomas, and vertebral defects.
Although the expressiveness of epibulbar
lipodermoides was variable, all individuals had polythelia and pre-auricular manifestations.
2]) male patient presented with a unilateral epibulbar
mass in the superotemporal quadrant of right eye.
koristomlarin erken donemde eksizyonu onerilmektedir.
Conjunctival melanomas, epibulbar
extension from canine anterior uveal melanomas, staphylomas and scleral coloboma must be differentiated from limbal melanomas (MILLER & DUBIELZIG, 2005).
But they rarely present together in the same patient, at the same time, compromising just the epibulbar