• Part A courtesy of Harry H. Brown, MD; part B courtesy of George J. Harocopos, MD.
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    Ocular Pathology/Oncology

    Papillary conjunctivitis. A, Clinical appearance. Papillae efface the normal palpebral conjunctival surface and form a confluent cobblestone pattern. B, Low-magnification photomicrograph shows the characteristic closely packed, flat-topped papillae with central fibrovascular cores (arrows). The normal meibomian glands (M) of the tarsus are also shown.