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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Left eye shows a 34 mm × 22 mm, hyperpigmented lesion temporal to lateral canthus extending onto lateral one-third of upper and lower eyelids. The involved skin appears hypertrophic with overlying thick, long, and darkly pigmented hairs. (b) The yellow arrow point toward the involved lateral canthus by the nevus. (c) The superior eyelid margin, mucocutaneous junction, and palpebral conjunctiva were also involved. (d) The lower eyelid shows involvement of the eyelid margin, mucocutaneous junction, and a palpebral conjunctiva

Figure 1: (a) Left eye shows a 34 mm × 22 mm, hyperpigmented lesion temporal to lateral canthus extending onto lateral one-third of upper and lower eyelids. The involved skin appears hypertrophic with overlying thick, long, and darkly pigmented hairs. (b) The yellow arrow point toward the involved lateral canthus by the nevus. (c) The superior eyelid margin, mucocutaneous junction, and palpebral conjunctiva were also involved. (d) The lower eyelid shows involvement of the eyelid margin, mucocutaneous junction, and a palpebral conjunctiva