Figure S1. Differential features between three subtypes which can involve the orbital area. (a, b) Type I-a shows a protruding part of the lesion which crosses the midline on the forehead (arrows indicate borders of the lesions which cross the midline). (c, d) Type IV is typically confined to the right side of the face without crossing the midline. (e, f) Type V is confined to the periorbital area without involving the forehead, nose or mid part of the cheek.

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