Case 180

Female patient, dark skin, 24 years of age, lives in Belo Horizonte (MG), with no previous ocular symptoms, complaints that, 30 days ago, red areas appeared on her right eye. At external examination, both eyes aligned perfectly when asked to move simultaneously to different positions. Pupils were isochoric, circular and centered, with unchanged reflections. Eyelids without alterations. In bulbar conjunctiva of the right eye, two pink areas were observed during the slit lamp examination, and presented as soft, lobed masses, each with its pedicle. Visual acuity, eye fundus and intraocular pressure were unchanged.

Based on the patient's medical history and eye examination, which is the most likely diagnosis?

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