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Multinodular squamous cell carcinoma arising from the superior palpebral conjunctiva and its close-up view.

  • Generally diagnosed in older individuals
  • Locally invasive, rarely metastasizes
  • Commonly develops in interpalpebral area but can occur in the palpebral conjunctiva and my invade the orbit or globe
  • Management:
    • Complete surgical removal
    • May require mucous membrane graft following large tumor removal

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