conjunctivochalasis

con·junc·ti·vo·chal·a·sis

(kon-junk'ti-vō-kal'ă-sis),
Condition in which redundant bulbar conjunctiva billows over the eyelid margin or covers the lower punctum.
[conjunctiva + G. chalasis, a loosening]

con·junc·ti·vo·chal·a·sis

(kŏn-jŭngk-tī'vō-kă-lă'sis)
Condition in which redundant bulbar conjunctiva billows over the eyelid margin or covers the lower punctum
[conjunctiva + G. chalasis, a loosening]
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Conjunctivochalasis (CCH) (see Figure 2, page 47) occurs when the conjunctiva loses its adherence to the underlying tissue, forming multiple folds.
A progressive impairment of this lymphatic system is also thought to be responsible for the development of conjunctivochalasis, (5) perhaps better known by the acronym lid-parallel-conjunctival-folds or LIPCOF.
The other tissue change to be considered in the ageing eye is the presence of lid parallel conjunctival folds (LIPCOF) or conjunctivochalasis (a baggy conjunctiva with folds that may rest on the lower eyelid) (2).