appendages of the eye

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appendages of the eye

The eyelid, eyelashes, eyebrow, lacrimal apparatus, and conjunctiva.
See also: appendage

appendages of the eye 

The adjacent structures of the eye such as the lacrimal apparatus, the extraocular muscles and the eyelids, eyelashes, eyebrows and the conjunctiva. Syn. adnexa oculi.
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Any infective disorder of ocular adnexa was looked for and treated before surgery if present.
1] Tumors of the eye and ocular adnexa comprise a small percentage of the total malignancies diagnosed and treated yearly.
5) reported the largest case series of 20 patients with ocular Lyme disease; eight patients had retinal vasculitis, while the other cases developed ocular adnexa inflammation and neuro-ophthalmological disorder in addition to branch central retinal vein occlusion.
sup][3],[4] Among pediatric eye injuries in Taiwan, the majority (91%) were laceration wounds of the ocular adnexa, and 76.
In all patients preoperative ocular examination consisted of assessment of visual acuity (logMAR chart), ocular adnexa, anterior segment examination, crystalline lens for opacities (cataract), intraocular pressure measured using Goldmann applanation tonometer (Haag Streit AT 900), dilated fundal examination with +90 D lens on a slit lamp biomicroscope and via indirect ophthalmoscopy.
To the Editor: Immunoglobulin G4 (IgG4)-related disease (IgG4-RD) is a multisystem autoimmune disorder that can involve the pancreas, liver, salivary gland, ocular adnexa, and other organs.
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy for Sebaceous Cell Carcinoma and melanoma of the Ocular Adnexa.
ocular pathology, Medical and Vision Research Foundations, India) cover the pathology of common and rare diseases affecting the eye and ocular adnexa.
Grossly, neoplastic tissue had invaded and destroyed the entire orbital contents, ocular adnexa, other soft tissue and surrounding bones (Fig.
PROTOCOL FOR THE EXAMINATION OF SPECIMENS FROM PATIENTS WITH HEMATOPOIETIC NEOPLASMS OF THE OCULAR ADNEXA
The 116 contributions to the first volume are organized into sections on basic science and pathophysiologic responses, examining and imaging the cornea and external eye, differential diagnosis of selected problems in corneal and external eye disease, the ocular adnexa, the conjunctiva, diseases of the cornea, and the sclera and anterior uvea.