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2009 Series -  November 17, 2009 Lecture 7 of 52  NEXT»

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A 70-year-old female presented with unilateral blepharoptosis. Mechanical retraction of this ptotic lid is shown.

1. The etiology for ptosis is:

a. prolapsed orbital fat
b. conjunctival lymphoma
c. lipodermoid
d. epibulbar dermoid
e. varix

2. The most common histopathologic subtype for the pictured disease is:

a. follicular
b. mantle cell
c. large B-cell
d. mucosa associated lymphoid type
e. burkitt's

3. Appropriate suggestions for the care of this patient may include all of the following, except:
a. surgical resection
b. radiotherapy
c. chemotherapy
d. systemic evaluation for involvement of additional anatomic sites

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