Nasolacrimal duct obstruction secondary to lacrimal sac involvement by sebaceous carcinoma

Albert Wu , David S Curragh , Rebecca Morrow , Dinesh Selva & Garry Davis

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Management of recurrent sebaceous gland carcinoma

Lindsay A. McGrath, Zanna I. Currie, Hardeep Singh Mudhar, Jennifer H. Y. Tan & Sachin M. Salvi 

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Vimentin overexpression as a novel poor prognostic biomarker in eyelid sebaceous gland carcinoma

Mansi Bhardwaj, Seema Sen, Kunzang Chosdol, Sameer Bakhshi, Neelam Pushker, Anjana Sharma, Seema Kashyap, Mandeep S Bajaj, Vijay Kumar Singh

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Eyelid abscess masking underlying sebaceous cell carcinoma

Colin Bacorn, Esther Kim & Lily Koo Lin

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Human papillomavirus in ocular malignant tumours: a study from a tertiary eye care centre in North India

Sheetal Chauhan, Seema Sen, Neeta Singh, Anjana Sharma, Neelam Pushker, Seema Kashyap, Bhavna Chawla

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Objective

The present study aims to detect the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV) in ocular malignant tumours, including retinoblastoma, eyelid squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and sebaceous gland carcinoma (SGC), in the North Indian population.

 

Design

Prospective observational non randomized study.

 

Participants

In this study, 142 prospective cases of ocular malignant tumours (retinoblastoma, SGC, and SCC) were included.

 

Methods

HPV was detected by multiplex PCR using PGMY09/11 primers in 142 patients with ocular malignancies. This was followed by genotyping using linear array (reverse hybridization).

 

Results

Of the 142 tumours studied, 72 were retinoblastoma, 30 SGC, and 40 SCC. The HPV genome was detected in 2.8% (4 of 142) of cases by multiplex PCR; all positive cases (4 of 40) were SCC. Genotyping revealed that all positives belonged to the high-risk HPV16 genotype. HPV-positive SCC patients had better disease-free survival. Retinoblastoma and SGC cases were negative for HPV.

 

Conclusions

Low prevalence of HPV in ocular malignancies was observed in this study. The HPV genome was detected only in ocular squamous cell carcinoma cases and these patients were associated with better prognosis. HPV may not have a role in retinoblastoma and SGC in the North Indian population.

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Malignant eyelid tumors: Are intra-operative rapid frozen section and permanent section diagnoses of surgical margins concordant?

Swathi Kaliki, Sasi Pyda, Nupur Goel, Tarjani Vivek Dave, Milind N. Naik, Dilip K. Mishra

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Predictors of Local Recurrence for Eyelid Sebaceous Carcinoma Questionable Value of Routine Conjunctival Map Biopsies for Detection of Pagetoid Spread

Sa, Ho-Seok; Tetzlaff, Michael T.; Esmaeli, Bita

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https://journals.lww.com/op-rs/Abstract/2019/09000/Predictors_of_Local_Recurrence_for_Eyelid.1.aspx

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Janice J. C. Cheung, Bita Esmaeli, Stacey C. Lam, Tracey Kwok & Hunter K. L. Yuen

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Impact of clinicopathologic factors on survival in patients with sebaceous carcinoma of the eyelid — a population-based analysis

Ivan J. Lee & John Y. Koh

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Clinicopathological features of considerable reduction in androgen receptor expression in sebaceous gland carcinoma of the eyelid

Tatsuya Yunoki, Akio Miyakoshi,  Mitsuya Otsuka, Atsushi Hayashi

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