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A seven month old baby with a right sticky eye
Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 2006
Volume 12, Number 3
May 10, 2006
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Imran Rahman | Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
ABHA GUPTA
Examination
Examination

On examination, the child objected strongly to occlusion in their left eye. A green discharge was noted in association with a ‘fleshy’ mass extending from the upper palpebral conjunctiva to involve the visual axis of the right eye (see figure 1). A smaller lower lid membrane was also noted. The remaining ocular examination was unremarkable.

Figure 1 (fleshy mass involving upper palperbral conjunctiva of the right eye)




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Figure 1 (fleshy mass involving upper palperbral conjunctiva of the right eye)