blepharedema

bleph·ar·e·de·ma

(blef'ar-ĕ-dē'mă),
Edema of the eyelids, often causing a swollen and puffy appearance; causes may be allergic, inflammatory, infectious, circulatory (for example, cicatricial), posttraumatic, postsurgical, or secondary to ocular conditions (for example, keratoconjunctivitis sicca).

blepharedema

[blef′əridē′mə]
a fluid accumulation in the eyelid, causing a swollen appearance.

bleph·ar·e·de·ma

(blef'ăr-ĕ-dē'mă)
Edema of the eyelids, causing swelling and often a baggy appearance.
Synonym(s): blepharoedema.

blepharedema

(blĕf″ăr-ĕ-dē′mă) [″ + oidema, swelling]
Edema of the eyelids, causing swelling and a baggy appearance.
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There was moderate blepharospasm, mild blepharedema, and epiphora OS.
Mild blepharedema, moderate blepharospasm, and epiphora OS were present.
There was no change in the blepharedema or in the mobility of the nictitating membrane.