medial palpebral ligament

(redirected from medial canthal ligament)

me·di·al pal·pe·bral lig·a·ment

[TA]
the fibrous band that attaches the medial ends of the tarsal plates to the maxilla at the medial orbital margin.

palpebral

pertaining to the eyelid.

palpebral conjunctiva
conjunctiva at the back of the eyelid.
palpebral fissure
see palpebral fissure.
medial palpebral ligament
the ligament which connects the medial ends of the tarsi to the orbit.
palpebral nerve
a branch of the auriculopalpebral nerve which serves the muscles of the eyelid (see Table 14).
palpebral reflex
the eyelids close when the eyelids are touched.
References in periodicals archive ?
After detaching medial canthal ligament, the periosteum over the lacrimal crest is divided to enter lacrimal fossa.
In external DCR, there is an external nasal scar and the possibility of injury to medial canthal ligament and orbicularis muscle.
Background: Rupture of the medial canthal ligament can be caused by many events.
The medial canthal ligament plays an important role in maintaining shape and function of the eyelids.
4) demonstrated in a cadaver study that the superficial buccal branches of the facial nerve pass around the inferior nasal margin of the orbicularis oculi muscle and cross over the medial canthal ligament to innervate the procerus, the corrugator supercilii, and the orbicularis oculi muscles in the nasal periorbit in 94% of the specimens.
An 8 mm incision is made over the medial canthal ligament close to the bridge of the nose and the ligament dissected carefully.
The two slips are passed under the medial canthal ligament with the right angled clamp; the lower slip from below upwards and the upper slip from above downwards to avoid tenting of the skin by the slips.
Through a modified medial canthal ligament approach, a left radical ethmoidectomy and drainage of the orbital abscess were performed.
Endonasal endoscopic DCR has well known advantages over the standard external DCR like it avoids facial scarring, division of the medial canthal ligament and disruption of the pump action of the lacrimal sac.
The lacrimal fascia was incised 1mm lateral to the anterior lacrimal crest and the bony attachment of the medial canthal ligament was divided.
The mucoceles of the frontal sinus may disrupt the medial canthal ligament and the orbital roof in which surgical interventions should include the reconstruction of these anatomic structures (9, 10).
Ducic Y: Medial canthal ligament reattachment in skull base surgery and trauma.

Full browser ?