blepharospasm(redirected from Blephorospasm)
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Spasmodic winking caused by the involuntary contraction of an eyelid muscle.
(Pathology) spasm of the muscle of the eyelids, causing the eyes to shut tightly, either as a response to painful stimuli or occurring as a form of dystonia
[C19: from Greek blepharo(n) eyelid + spasm]