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437 Possible Causes for Thick Eyelids

  • Ectropion

    […] full-thickness eyelid sutures.[] Full-thickness eyelid biopsy specimens were examined by light microscopy and computer-assisted morphometry.[] Full-thickness eyelid resections performed in study and control patients were examined by light and transmission electron microscopy, computer-assisted measurements, and immunohistochemistry[]

  • Blepharitis

    Misdiagnosis can also lead to a complicated full-thickness eyelid biopsy and delay the diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus.[] Symptoms of blepharitis include redness, increasing the thickness of the eyelids, stinging and burning.[] Misdiagnosis may lead to eyelid margin deformities, necessitate a complicated full-thickness biopsy, and delay diagnosis of systemic lupus.[]

  • Entropion

    eyelid shortening combined with retractor plication.[] Histopathological analysis of the full-thickness eyelid specimens of both groups included measurements of tarsal thickness and height, thickness of the pretarsal orbicularis[] PARTICIPANTS: Eighteen full-thickness eyelid specimens from patients with involutional ectropion and entropion were obtained during horizontal eyelid shortening procedures[]

  • Congenital Upper Palpebral Retraction

    […] retraction in whom a modified full thickness eyelid transection (blepharotomy) was performed for cosmetic purposes.[] […] full-thickness eyelid defect (05:00) Lateral Repair of 50% lateral full-thickness lower eyelid defect (06:20) Periosteal strip and mid-face lift for repair of lateral full-thickness[] […] the lower eyelid retractors, and, when needed, the creation of a full-thickness eyelid scar to prevent the preseptal orbicularis muscle from overriding the pretarsal muscle[]

  • Rosacea

    For some people, the skin of their nose may become red, thick, and swollen caused by excess tissue. This is called rhinophyma.[] It may irritate and inflame your eyelids and the white part of your eye. This is called conjunctivitis. What causes rosacea? The exact cause of rosacea is unknown.[]

  • Anemia

    " skin Dry, brittle hair, and hair loss, especially near the outer edge of the eyebrows Brittle, dull, and thin nails Decreased sweating Swelling of the hands, face, and eyelids[] […] decreased blood flow, water retention, and slowed processes (for example, hair regrowth), the following skin, hair, and nail changes are seen in hypothyroidism: Pale, cool, and thick[]

  • Atopy

    People with AKC frequently have atopic dermatitis that involves the eyelids and skin around the eyes and face.[] The symptoms of AKC are initially very similar to those of allergic conjunctivitis, although much more severe and include more sensitivity to light, blurred vision, and a thick[]

  • Dermatitis

    To do it you need to put this mixture to the gauze (the layer should be about 1 cm thick) and apply to your eyelids for 15-20 minutes.[] […] erythroderma (rare) Physical findings may include the following: Scalp appearance ranging from mild, patchy scaling to widespread, thick, adherent crusts; plaques are rare[] Use it in the form of applications on the eyelids.[]

  • Congenital Entropion

    This method was described with success in four of five patients followed for 21 months. [41] Surgical Treatment Rotational Sutures Full-thickness eyelid sutures (Quickert[] Full-thickness eyelid sutures are passed from conjunctival fornix to skin surface.[] […] the lower eyelid retractors, and, when needed, the creation of a full-thickness eyelid scar to prevent the preseptal orbicularis muscle from overriding the pretarsal muscle[]

  • Coloboma of Eyelid

    […] coloboma There is a defect in the eyelid; the size of defects varies from a notch to the absence of the lid; defects may be full or partial thickness.[] In this technique, an incision is made below the lower eyelid tarsus, and a full-thickness lower eyelid flap is moved into the defect of the upper eyelid by advancing the[] An eyelid coloboma is a full thickness defect of the eyelid, usually involving the junction of the middle and medial third of upper eyelid.[]

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