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- There is an increased incidence in older people or patients with AIDS-related lymphomatous diseases.
- Symptoms: usually asymptomatic or mild ocular irritation and tearing.
- Slowly progressive, salmon-colored lesions that may be located in the forniceal, bulbar or palpebral conjunctiva
- No sign of inflammation
- May be associated with systemic lymphomas
- Biopsy is always required.
- CT-scan to asses orbital involvement.
- Systemic evaluation.
- Observation if small and asymptomatic.
- Radiation or cryotherapy.
- Surgical excision.