Motais operation

Mo·tais op·er·a·tion

(mō-tā'),
transplantation of the middle third of the tendon of the superior rectus muscle of the eyeball into the upper lid, between the tarsus and skin, to supplement the action of the levator muscle in ptosis.
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Motais operation

(mō-tā′, mô-tĕ′)
n.
Transplantation of the middle third of the tendon of the superior rectus muscle of the eyeball into the upper lid to supplement the action of the levator muscle in cases of ptosis.
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Mo·tais op·er·a·tion

(mō-tā' op-ĕr-ā'shŭn)
Transplantation of the middle third of the tendon of the superior rectus muscle of the eyeball into the upper lid, between the tarsus and skin, to supplement the action of the levator muscle in ptosis.
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Motais,

Ernst, French ophthalmologist, 1845-1913.
Motais operation - transplantation of the middle third of the tendon of the superior rectus muscle of the eyeball into the upper lid to supplement the action of the levator muscle in ptosis.
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