pseudopterygium

pseudopterygium

 [soo″do-tĕ-rij´e-um]
an adhesion of the conjunctiva to the cornea following a burn or other injury.

pseu·do·pte·ryg·i·um

(sū'dō-tĕ-rij'ē-ŭm), Although p in the diphthong pt is normally silent only at the beginning of a word, it is usually silent in this word also.
Adhesion of the conjunctiva to the cornea, occurring after injury.

pseudopterygium

/pseu·do·pter·yg·i·um/ (-ter-ij´e-um) an adhesion of the conjunctiva to the cornea following a burn or other injury.

pseudopterygium

[so̅o̅′dopterij′ē·əm]
a fold of conjunctiva that has become attached to the cornea after an injury or disease.

pseu·do·pter·yg·i·um

(sū'dō-tĕr-ij'ē-ŭm)
Adhesion of the conjunctiva to the cornea, occurring after injury.

pseudopterygium 

A fold of conjunctiva that has become attached to the cornea as a result of injury or ulcer near the limbus. Hard contact lens wear has occasionally given rise to pseudopterygium: refitting with soft contact lenses may then be indicated. In the case of pseudopterygium a probe can be passed beneath it near the limbus, whereas this is impossible in true pterygium.

pseudopterygium

an adhesion of the conjunctiva to the cornea following inflammation or injury.
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There was no evidence of any limbal scar or pseudopterygium noted in the donor area in our study patients.
Pseudopterygium excised as perforation is a common complication, lamellar grafts have been advocated if it happens.
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A form of variable astigmatism induced by pseudopterygium.
7%) eyes postoperative complications in the form of pseudopterygium formation (5eyes), corneal dellen (1 eye) and recurrence was seen in 2(18.
Failure to recognise this pseudopterygium may cause unnecessary removal thus corneal perforation (8).