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Abnormally widened palpebral tissues; "pseudoptosis"

Dalrymple's Sign; lid retraction

2

pseudoptosis

contralateral lid retraction

3

Lid lag on downgaze

von Graefe's Sign; sclera constantly seen

4

von Graefe's Sign is not always present, but is still 2nd in importance in which condition?

exophthalmos

5

infrequent and/or incomplete blinking

Stellwag's sign

6

difficulty in everting the upper eyelid

Gifford's sign

7

eyelid fullness (upper/lower)

Vigouroux sign

8

poor convergence

Mobius sign

9

"jerky" lid lag

Boston's sign

10

Too much sclera showing (superior or inferior).

proptosis or exophthalmos

11

Too much cornea covered. When upper lid cover >3mm of cornea

ptosis

12

If we see anisocoria that is greater in bright light conditions, which condition do we expect?

Horner's Syndrome; sympathetic issue

13

In the Hertel exophthalmometer a difference of _____ mm or more between the eyes is considered abnormal.

2mm

14

keratoconus; the V

Munson's sign

15

If the beam is coming from the left, more _________ structures will be seen to the left.

anterior