2005 Series - July 5, 2005
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|A 60-year-old white male presents with a painless, salmon-colored subconjunctival mass in his right eye. The patient denies trauma and has no significant ocular history. |
|This most likely represents: |
||chronic bacterial infection|
||giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC)|
||resolving subconjunctival hemorrhage|
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