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1

Entropion is _______ of the eyelid margin towards the globe. Can occur in either upper or lower lid. It can be either age related or congenital.

inversion

2

Ectropion is _______ of the lid margin from its normal position. Generally associated with lower lid and is either age-related, congenital, or acquired conditions.

eversion

3

Epiblephron is an extra horizontal row of skin across lid margin. There is a presence of a lower lid crease. Very common, especially in _____.

asians

4

"Misdirected lashes" or lashes that turn in toward the cornea

trichiasis

5

Excessive upper-lid skin; typically age related

dermatochalasis

6

This is associated with hyperlipidemia and it is when there are infiltrates of the eyelid by lipid in the dermis.

xanthelasma

7

Loss of eyelashses

madarosis

8

A condition that causes people to pull out their hair and/or eyebrows/eyelashses

trichotillomania

9

Lids: inflammation of the eyelid margin.
Anterior: skin/lashes
Posterior: Meibomian gland involvement

Blepharitis

10

An infected and inflamed Meibomian gland (internal), Zeiss or Moll glands (external).

Hordeolum "stye"

11

Clogged glands, red, thickened lid margins and/or capped glands (cheesy/toothpaste situation).

MGD; Meibomian Gland Dysfunction

12

Upper Lid eversion procedure.
Angle?
Beam?

Wide beam parallelepiped
20-30' angle

13

Conjunctiva scan set-up
Mag?
width/height?
illumination?
filter?
Angle?

10x mag
wide and tall beam
medium illumination with polaroid filter
30'

14

What do you call a posterior colliery nerve piercing the sclera? It's always a distance from the limbus.

Axenfeld's Nerve Loop