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Stromal Tumors

  • Geeta K. VemugantiEmail author
  • Santosh G. Honavar
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Abstract

Eyelid stromal tumors could be considered under several distinct categories based on the tissue of origin: fibrous tissue tumors, fibrohistiocytic tumors, lipomatous tumors, smooth muscle tumors, skeletal muscle tumors, vascular tumors, perivascular tumors, neural tumors, lymphoid tumors, plasmacytic tumors, leukemic tumors, cartilage and bone tumors, secondary tumors, metastatic tumors, and hamartomas, choristomas, and other miscellaneous lesions. Some of the inflammatory and infective conditions such as chalazion, pyogenic granuloma, verruca vulgaris, and molluscum contagiosum may manifest with features clinically simulating tumors. This chapter describes the salient features and management of common eyelid stromal tumors. It would be worthwhile to mention here that further information on clinical classification of tumors of the eye could be obtained from the eighth edition of TNM which encompasses several important changes over the previous seventh edition.

Keywords

Eyelid stromal tumors Fibrohistiocytic tumors Lymphomas Vascular tumors Choristomas Soft tissue tumors 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Medical Sciences, University of HyderabadHyderabadIndia
  2. 2.Department of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery and Ocular OncologyCentre for SightHyderabadIndia

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