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5 yrs history of bulging mass on both eyes patient. Normal opthalmic and orbital examination this. The mass movefreely under the conjunctivitis.. suggest me Lipodermoid yes ya no.

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Congenital dermoids... Dermolipoma is believed to be a congenital solid choristoma that is derived from an ectopia of the ectoderm to the conjunctiva, probably due to sequestration at the time of embryonic development of the eyelid. A limbal dermoid is a cyst that is present at the the intersection of the cornea and the sclera . The cyst is present at birth but can grow in size over time.

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Congenital dermoids... Dermolipoma is believed to be a congenital solid choristoma that is derived from an ectopia of the ectoderm to the conjunctiva, probably due to sequestration at the time of embryonic development of the eyelid. A limbal dermoid is a cyst that is present at the the intersection of the cornea and the sclera . The cyst is present at birth but can grow in size over time.

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Indeed it is extremely rare to have bilateral dermolipoma . Yes surgical interference is recommended but one should be unusually careful not to sacrifice too much of fat

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DERMOLIPOMA KIND OF BILTERALITY IS RATHER VERY.UNUSUAL ARRAGE MRI ORBITS TO EXCLUDE UNDERLYING ORBITAL INVOLEMENT

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Both eyes lipodermoid of orbit.

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Bilateral temporal dermoid

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