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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1 :A 3-year-old girl, who had a 3-months history of hemorrhagic tear episodes, presented with a painless and reddish conjunctival lesion in the right eye. (A) Anterior segment photograph of the right eye showing reddish, fleshy, and highly vascular spider-like lesion on the superior bulbar conjunctiva. (B) After one week of follow-up with a gluten-free diet, spontaneous regression of the conjunctival lesion was noted. (C) After 2 months of follow-up, the conjunctival lesion disappeared completely

<b>Figure 1 :</b>A 3-year-old girl, who had a 3-months history of hemorrhagic tear episodes, presented with a painless and reddish conjunctival lesion in the right eye. (A) Anterior segment photograph of the right eye showing reddish, fleshy, and highly vascular spider-like lesion on the superior bulbar conjunctiva. (B) After one week of follow-up with a gluten-free diet, spontaneous regression of the conjunctival lesion was noted. (C) After 2 months of follow-up, the conjunctival lesion disappeared completely