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2006 Series -  June 13, 2006 Lecture 29 of 52  NEXT»

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This 10-month-old girl was normal at birth.  Then at about 1 month her mother noticed redness in the middle of the left lower lid. After that the left lower lid became fuller with a mass developed.  The skin over the “bump” looks normal.

1.  What is the most likely diagnosis?   
 

a. lymphangioma
b. dermoid
c. foreign body
d.  chalazion
e. hemangioma

2.  Which feature(s) of this lesion most influences treatment?  
 

a. the normal overlying skin
b. color
c. location
d.  size
e. age of the patient

3.  The most effective treatment for this lesion is:
 
a. steroid injection
b. oral steroids
c. surgical excision
d.  irradiation
e. none of the above

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