entropion


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entropion

(ɛnˈtrəʊpɪən; ɛnˈtrəʊpɪˌɒn)
n
(Pathology) the turning inwards of the edge of the eyelid
Translations

en·tro·pi·on

, entropium
n. entropión, inversión del párpado.

entropion

n entropión m, inversión f hacia dentro del párpado inferior
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A One common cause is entropion, when eyelids roll inwards and lashes rub the eye, causing irritation.
"She also has entropion in both eyes that will require surgery, as well as bad ears so will be with us for some time whilst we get her health issues sorted," she said.
Regional nerve block is used for all painful procedures including dental removals via buccotomy, rasping of maxillary and mandibular molar teeth in case of sharp teeth, treatment of upper eyelid entropion, alar fold resection and in some cases of sinus surgery.
It can also be used with patients who have lid conditions such as trichiasis, entropion or ectropian.
Entropion and ectropion * Clinical performance 2.3.3.
Both animals needed eye surgery for untreated entropion - a condition in which the eyelid folds inward and rubs against the eye.
It had a condition called entropion. The eyelids turn inwards and the lashes rub against the eye.
Eyelid ptosis and involutional entropion are frequent eyelid disorders affecting people of advanced age.
al-Faran, "The histopathology and the mechanism of entropion in patients with trachoma," Ophthalmology, vol.
One common cause of ocular irritation is eye lashes rubbing the cornea due to an eyelid that rolls in toward the cornea, a condition called entropion. Longhaired cats and cats with short muzzles (brachycephalic breeds, like Persians and Himalayans) are more likely to experience entropion.
El periodo de incubacion es de 3 a 10 dias y los sintomas iniciales son epifora, inyeccion conjuntival y secrecion mucopurulenta; posteriormente pueden presentarse queratitis, triquiasis y entropion (31).
The common eye complications observed in leprosy include lagophthalmos, impaired corneal sensation, exposure keratopathy, corneal ulceration, corneal opacity, cataract, iridocyclitis, ectropion, entropion, trichiasis, secondary glaucoma, iris atrophy and chronic dacryocystitis.