A 78 yr old male presented with gradually increasing discharge and redness in her left eye associated with slight difficulty in opening the same eye. The discharge disappeared after topical levofloxacin treatment but a tumorous mass located behind the upper eyelid was noted. What is it and how should it be treated?

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Infected stye Clean water with water Oral & topical antibiotics Analgesic Antiinflammatory Antioxidant

Growth nonspecific but likely malignant It appears benign Better biopsy for hpe Likely SCC

Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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Upper eyelid tumor Most common being basal cell carcinoma Others Squamous cell carcinoma Sebaceous gland carcinoma Merkel cell carcinoma

DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS:- Lymphoma Basal cell carcinoma Adenocarcinoma Squamos cell carcinoma

IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? SMALL LUMP.. ? MALIGNANCY.. NEED'S.. HPE STUDY..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Papillomatous seborrheic keratosis with acanthosis Advised excision under antibiotic cover

Squamous cell carcinoma ask for BIOPSY

SUGGESTIVE OF STYE... SECONDARY. INFECTED ADVISABLE... HPE BIOPSY....TO. RULE OUT.. ... MALIGNANCY

Malignancy ad Biopsy To confirm the diagnosis

papilloma sabecious horn needs biopsy papilloma sebaceous horn needs histoathology of specimen

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