Oncocytoma of the Lacrimal Duct: A Rare Tumor of the Eyelid
Keywords:oncocytoma, adenomatous, occult, lacrimal duct, lacrimal sac, eyelid
AbstractThis report demonstrates a rare case of lacrimal duct obstruction from a rare tumor. A 69 year-old otherwise healthy woman presented with a small nodular lesion in the plica semilunaris of left upper eyelid. Microscopic evaluation of the excised tumor revealed a oncocytoma.
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