1937 年 8 巻 3 号 p. 487-490_1,31
Author reports a nodular (C) case, who had had a congenital dermoid in the right eye. The microscopical examination of the extracted tumour, revealed that it contained sebaceous glands, roots of hair and moreover extensive leprous infiltration, not only subepidermal but also around those glands and hair roots.
The infiltration consist of lymphocytes and leprous foamy cells, containing lepra bacilli.
It is seldom to see leprous changes in such a tumour as dermoid.