Slit-lamp images showing the course of healing over time: (A) Slit-lamp image showing the large pigmented lesion before surgery. (B) Seven days after the resection and AMT. (C) A slit-lamp examination revealed stable findings 6 months after surgery. The AM has been partly integrated into the host tissue, while the ocular surface inflammation and corneal vascularization have decreased. (Abbreviations: AM, amniotic membrane; AMT, AM transplantation) | Röck, T., Bösmüller, H.-C., Bartz-Schmidt, K. U., & Röck, D. (2018). Surgical management of a conjunctival nevus with amniotic membrane transplantation. International Medical Case Reports Journal, 11, 161–165.

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