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The mean anthropometrical values of the palpebral fissure and interorbital distance were compared between the two sexes using the independent t test.
Without a history of prenatal alcohol exposure, the cardinal features of facial dysmorphia (short palpebral fissures, smooth philtrum, and thin vermillion border) plus deficits in height and weight are the main physical findings of EAS.
The right palpebral fissure was longer than the left in females but the reverse was the case in males.
Palpebral fissure was prepared for aseptic surgery using a diluted (1:50) povidone iodine solution.
In addition, widening of the palpebral fissures on the contralateral side can give the appearance of pseudoptosis and may be due to eyelid retraction from Grave's disease, axial proptosis, congenital eyelid retraction, or high myopia.
A cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) was presented for evaluation of fused eyelids on the right side and a narrowed palpebral fissure on the left side after a burn accident.
DRS is a congenital, incomitant ocular motility disorder characterized by abnormal function of the lateral rectus muscle in the affected eye, together with retraction of the globe and narrowing of the palpebral fissure on attempted abduction.
The most common characteristics include narrow palpebral fissure, edematous palpebras, hypoplastic mandibula, depressed nasal bridge, square nose, dysmorphic earlobe and small mouth (5, 10).
Antiobiotics/antifungal drops in infectious and steroids in allergic cases were administered through medial quarter of the palpebral fissure.
INTRODUCTION: Ptosis, an abbreviation for the term blepharoptosis, refers to vertical narrowing of the palpebral fissure secondary to drooping of the upper eyelid to a lower than normal position.
Ocular--Epibulbar dermoids occur in 35% of cases, narrow palpebral fissure occurs in 10% of cases, micro-opthalmia and colobomas are seen in several patients with this syndrome.