57 year old male presented with this eye lesion present since 1 year. he also complaints of diminished vision. what are the possible diagnosis for this and treatment too.

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The tortuosity and telengectasia in the lesion points to a serious disorder. My top DDs for this case would be Ocular Lymphoma, Scleritis, chroidal melanoma, metastatic spread from other sources.. A chest x ray and full blood work up should be done first. An incision biopsy might be required. Please refer this patient to the nearest oculoplastic surgeon or Ocular oncologist.

Conjunctival lymphomas are common in this age group. Please plan for CT or MRI and take bisopsy

Conjuctival hemangioma.Probably there is fresh bleeding. Topical antibiotics VitC orally. Fundus examination for similar lesion.

Dilated subconjunctival vessels...due to inflammatory activity with overlying conjunctival congestion as secondary response. .

Appears to be conjunctival lymphoma. It may need chemo/radiotherapy.

Sectoral scleritis??

Non healing corneal ulcer with conjunctival hemorrhage.

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Could be conjunctival hemangioma or lymphangioma

Conjunctival hemangioma

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