BASAL CELL CARCINOMA OF THE LOWER EYELID- UNFAMILIAR PRESENTATION
Dr. Mahendra Singh*, Dr. Lubna Khan and Dr. Md. Arshad Alam
Basal cell carcinoma (rodent ulcer), is the most common neoplasm involving the eyelids and is responsible for considerable morbidity owing to its locally invasive nature. Basal cell carcinoma usually spreads to the surrounding skin. Although this is more often than not slow, failure to start appropriate treatment can conduct to a considerable area of skin being put down and thus call for plastic surgical operation. We report case of 40 female who presented with an inflamed lesion on her left lower eyelid, without alteration in size for 2 years duration.
Keywords: Basal cell carcinoma (rodent ulcer).
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