periorbital


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periorbital

adj periorbitario
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All patients underwent a single full Oculoplastic evaluation by two physicians; one of them was blinded on patient medical history and was assessed for PA side effects such as deepening of the upper eyelid sulcus, periorbital skin pigmentation, eyelash elongation, foreign body sensation, and dry eye symptoms.
On initial physical exam, the patient demonstrated signs of skull base fracture, including periorbital ecchymyosis (Figure 1) and hemotympanum.
Three years later, she developed heliotrope rash and periorbital oedema with no evidence of muscle weakness and was labeled as amyopathic dermatomyositis.
On day 3 after his Mohs procedure, one 73-year-old man taking ibrutinib for Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia developed extensive bilateral periorbital ecchymosis that extended down to his upper chest.
This negative pressure pulls the eyes and periorbital soft tissues into the goggles and can sometimes create tissue damage.
Two days after the start of treatment, she developed a diffuse, skin-colored, non-itchy, and slightly painful swelling in the facial skin, which was more prominent in the periorbital areas and in the lips, but no wheals could be observed.
Illustrated Guide to Eyelid and Periorbital Surgery: Applied Anatomy, Examination, Blepharoplasty
Abstract: An adult male blue and gold macaw (Ara ararauna) was presented for evaluation of a right periorbital mass.
Some women would have redundant (excess) skin only, while others would suffer from redundant skin and sagging periorbital fat.
Such patients may develop the following problems: periorbital changes (of lipodystrophy) with prolonged use of topical prostaglandin analogues (PGA), contributing to functional problems such as lagophthalmos or exposure keratopathy; eyelid malpositions (upper eyelid ptosis, upper or lower eyelid retraction), which may occur independently or following glaucoma medication or surgery; and aesthetic periorbital asymmetry or premature ageing brought about by PGA use.
The right eye was apparently normal but the left evidenced hyphema, periorbital edema and loss of menace response on presentation.
26) in a double-blind, randomized study determined the efficacy of Dexamethasone in decreasing periorbital oedema and ecchymosis after rhinoplasty and demonstrated a significant reduction in oedema in the early postoperative period.