A 7-year-old boy was brought to the clinic by his mother due to a persistent, painless lump in his left eye. His mother noticed a small, painless lump on the inner corner of his left eye. She reported no associated symptoms such as redness, itching, or discharge. His PMH is negative for any ocular trauma or infections. His physical examination revealed a solitary, mobile, translucent fluid-filled lesion on the bulbar conjunctiva near the caruncle. The lesion measures approximately 5 mm in diameter and is non-tender on palpation. The left eye and visual acuity are unremarkable. There is no conjunctival injection or discharge noted in the affected eye. Based on the patient’s history and physical examination.

Which of the following is the correct diagnosis?

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