Patel, Poorav; Hemond, Michael; Silkiss, Rona Z.Read More
A 94-year-old woman with advanced dementia presented to the emergency department with a progressive growth on the left eye resulting in a several month history of constant rubbing. On examination, the cornea was not visible (Fig. A). CT demonstrated an intact globe with homogenous tissue anterior to the cornea of the left eye (Fig. B). Histopathology demonstrated a bland undulating, moderately inflamed squamous lesion consistent with a squamous papilloma (Fig. C). Flow cytometry showed no suggestion of lymphoma. The lesion was debulked.