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Managing Eyelid Laxity: Anterior Eye & Oculoplastics Part 2
Dates: 15/06/2012 to 13/07/2012
Pass Mark: 60%
Lid malpositions, such as ectropion, entropion, and ptosis, are mostly due to slackness of the eyelid tissues – "lid laxity" is a very broad concept, which can really result in a lot of diverse complaints. The underlying cause is generally ageing and the resulting decrease in elasticity of the tissues. This article discusses the identification and management of eyelid malpositions and associated conditions.
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