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i've noticed blisters in my conjunctiva for quite some time. optometrist didn't mention anything 4 months ago so i didn't think more of them. however, they're still there. malignancy potential?

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Dr. Jon Fishburn
Ophthalmology 30 years experience
Very unlikely: These generally small, occasionally multiple clear vesicular nonpainful lesions are benign and rarely need to be excised if too large. Another entity, lymphangiectasia, are somewhat similarly looking except usually looke like a string of interconnecting smaller clear dilations of lymph channels. Both often dusappear over time. Note, however that if discoloration, pain, or change of vision: exam.

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