Congenital sessile angioma

Published:January 14, 2020DOI:
      A 14-year-old Hispanic girl recently emigrated from Honduras presented for right eye redness; an incidental left eye conjunctival vascular lesion was noted. Neither the patient nor her parents had noticed the left eye lesion previously. Our diagnosis is a congenital sessile angioma, measuring 7.2 mm × 5 mm (W × H). There are no signs of other systemic or syndromic processes occurring, and the patient is neurologically intact. The right eye was noted to have meibomian gland dysfunction.
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