Differential Diagnosis include: 1. Haemangioma (usually looks like a blood blister) 2. Melanoma (usually black but can be amelanotic) 3. Limbal melanocytoma (smooth black swelling arising at the limbus) 4. NGEK Nodular granulomatous episcleriokeratoconjunctivitis (pale pink to cream-coloured swellings)

In all cases, clients must be warned to monitor for recurrence as early treatment will result in more complete excision and favourable outcome.

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