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Conjunctival and corneal intraepithelial and invasive neoplasia.
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The cell type, clinical appearance, and degree of dysplasia did not correlate with recurrence; involvement of the margins of the initial excision was an important prognostic sign for recurrence.
Clinicopathologic studies of primary cerebral amyloid angiopathy.
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Primary cerebral amyloid angiopathy should be regarded as an important cause of mental deterioration and fatal cerebrovascular accidents in the elderly.
Arteriovenous malformation affecting the transverse dural venous sinus--an acquired lesion.
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Dural sinus occlusion may precede the development of a dural arteriovenous malformation, and the pathogenesis may be partial recanalization of a thrombus.
The ultrastructure of Descemet's membrane. I. Changes with age in normal corneas.
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The ultrastructure of Descemet's membrane was studied in 24 eyes, at least two eyes from patients in each of the first nine decades of life, finding regular, predictable structures with no extra layers or significant substructures present.
Optic glioma. Long-term follow-up of 85 histopathologically verified cases.
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The presence of neurofibromatosis conferred a protective benefit to patients with chiasmal tumors and no other significant factors could be statistically identified to influence the prognosis of patients with optic gliomas.
A clinicopathologic study of primary adenoid cystic carcinoma of the lacrimal gland.
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It was found that lower tumor grades were associated with a predominantly Swiss-cheese (cribriform) pattern and both lower tumor grade and Swiss-Cheese pattern wereassociated with longer survival.
Sebaceous carcinoma of the eyelid: Errors in clinical and pathologic diagnosis
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When intraepithelial neoplasia is observed microscopically, it is recommended to recommend a fat stain on a frozen section and a full-thickness eyelid biopsy to exclude sebaceous carcinoma.
Prognostic factors in choroidal and ciliary body melanomas with extrascleral extension.
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In a retrospective study, 50 (8.2%) of 610 patients with malignant melanoma of the ciliary body or choroid had extrascleral extension and five patients had orbital recurrences and all died within 31 months of surgery regardless of treatment.
An eyelash nidus for dacryoliths of the lacrimal excretory and secretory systems.
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Eyelashes found in the tear film or conjunctival fornices during routine examination should be removed to prevent the possible occurrence of dacryolithiasis.
Skip lesions in temporal arteritis.
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This study emphasizes the need to biopsy long segments of artery, to examine multiple histologic sections, and to perform a contralateral temporal artery biopsy when frozen-section examination of the first side is normal.
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