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What are the symptoms of conjunctival carcinoma?
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Dr. Alfred H. Rivera
Ophthalmology
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In brief: External change.
Usually, conjunctival carcinoma is asymptomatic.
It often goes undetected even when observed by experienced eye professionals. It is often confused for a benign conjunctival growth such as a pinguculae or a pterygium. A patient may notice a flat growth or transluscent discoloring of their conjunctivae. A definitive diagnosis requires a biopsy and treatment with topical anti-neoplastic drops.

In brief: External change.
Usually, conjunctival carcinoma is asymptomatic.
It often goes undetected even when observed by experienced eye professionals. It is often confused for a benign conjunctival growth such as a pinguculae or a pterygium. A patient may notice a flat growth or transluscent discoloring of their conjunctivae. A definitive diagnosis requires a biopsy and treatment with topical anti-neoplastic drops.
Dr. Alfred H. Rivera
Dr. Alfred H. Rivera
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Dr. Mitchell Vogel
Ophthalmology
In brief: Different appearance
A discoloration on the surface of the eye or the inner lining of the eyelid.
Also a change in a spot on the eye or lining of the eyelid should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. Also, any lesions that suddendly bleed should also be evaluated. Good luck and have a great day!

In brief: Different appearance
A discoloration on the surface of the eye or the inner lining of the eyelid.
Also a change in a spot on the eye or lining of the eyelid should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. Also, any lesions that suddendly bleed should also be evaluated. Good luck and have a great day!
Dr. Mitchell Vogel
Dr. Mitchell Vogel
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