Giant Ocular Horn Occurring in a 10-Year-Old Female

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Abstract

Cutaneous horns uncommonly involve the periocular region. Involvement of the ocular surface is particularly rare. The authors present a patient who underwent a perinatal buccal mucosal graft for corneal perforation due to congenital corneal ectasia, most likely resulting from Peters anomaly. She developed a giant ocular horn 10 years later.

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