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SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF EPIBULBAR DERMOID CYST: A CASE REPORT

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Int J Med Res Health Sci. |

Authors: Shubhangi Nigwekar P, Chaitanya Gupte P, Prajakta Kharche M, Akshay Beedkar U, Neeta Misra S,
ParagTupe N
Int J Med Res Health Sci.2015;4(2):446-449 |  DOI:10.5958/2319-5886.2015.00083.1

ABSTRACT

Dermoids are congenital lesions representing normal tissue in abnormal location. Orbital dermoid cysts are divided into superficial and deep dermoids. Depending on type and location, superficial ocular dermoid cysts are divided into limbal, dermoid cyst and epibulbar dermoid cyst or dermolipoma. The most common location for the epibulbar dermoid cyst is inferotemporal region of eye. They are usually asymptomatic or may present with inflammatory response due to leakage of cyst contents or may cause local irritation due to protruding hair and do cause cosmetic blemish to a school going child. For local irritation and cosmetic reasons, complete surgical excision with intact capsule of epibulbar dermoid cyst is mandatory to prevent acute inflammatory response and its recurrence. In this article we are presenting the clinical features and surgical management of an inferotemporal epibulbar dermoid in a male patient.

Key words: Epibulbar dermoid, Dermoid cyst.

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