A 25 year-old male presented with bilateral bulbar conjunctival gelatinous lesions, hidden under the lower lids. The patient had asthma. No retroviral diseases. No medications.
Figure 1 shows histology of one of the gelatinous lesions.
Figure 2 shows the stroma underlying the lesion in Figure 1.
1. What does Figure 1 illustrate?
2. What is seen in Figure 2
3. What is unusual about the history?
Conjunctival intra-epithelial neoplasia occurring in young patients with asthma. Rundle P, Mudhar HS, Rennie I. Eye (Lond). 2009 Dec 4.