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Figure 1: Pre and posttreatment clinical photographs showing complete resolution with interferons in (a and b) Diffuse ocular surface squamous neoplasia OS with corneal opacity secondary to previous surgeries. (c and d) Recurrent diffuse pigmented ocular surface squamous neoplasia OD that regressed without limbal stem cell deficiency. (e and f) Diffuse ocular surface squamous neoplasia OD with total corneal and limbal involvement. (g and h) Diffuse ocular surface squamous neoplasia OS with keratinisation and extension into inferior fornix and medial canthus that regressed without symblepharon formation. (i and j) Diffuse, thick ocular surface squamous neoplasia OD reaching medial fornix. (k and l) Diffuse, thick ocular surface squamous neoplasia OS reaching the inferior fornix

Figure 1: Pre and posttreatment clinical photographs showing complete resolution with interferons in (a and b) Diffuse ocular surface squamous neoplasia OS with corneal opacity secondary to previous surgeries. (c and d) Recurrent diffuse pigmented ocular surface squamous neoplasia OD that regressed without limbal stem cell deficiency. (e and f) Diffuse ocular surface squamous neoplasia OD with total corneal and limbal involvement. (g and h) Diffuse ocular surface squamous neoplasia OS with keratinisation and extension into inferior fornix and medial canthus that regressed without symblepharon formation. (i and j) Diffuse, thick ocular surface squamous neoplasia OD reaching medial fornix. (k and l) Diffuse, thick ocular surface squamous neoplasia OS reaching the inferior fornix