Conjunctival keratoacanthoma - a rapidly growing neoplasm that arises from the conjunctiva. It is characterized by a proliferation of squamous cells, acanthosis, keratinization, dysplasia, increased mitotic activity, and a central crater filled with keratinocytes. It is considered a variant of well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma with distinct clinical behavior.
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