subtarsal

subtarsal

 [sub-tahr´sal]
below the tarsus.

sub·tar·sal

(sŭb-tar'săl),
Below the tarsus.
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Under local anesthesia, the lateral tarsorrhaphy was reversed and a 1.2 g custom-made gold-weight was inserted through subtarsal approach (Figure 5).
The subtarsal, forniceal and bulbar conjunctiva may be involved and while treatment is largely surgical, topical chemotherapy is often indicated due to the multifocal, non-contiguous growth pattern resulting in difficulties in obtaining clearance of the tumour by surgical means alone.
Discrete subtarsal foreign bodies can be removed by everting the eyelid and sweeping with a cotton bud.
Through a subtarsal incision conjunctiva was dissected from the underlying lower lid retractor layer, until the inferior fornix.
Orbitozygomatic fractures were exposed using incisions in the gingivobuccal sulcus, subtarsal approachs to the lower eyelid and through a lateral extension of the supratarsal fold in the frontozygomatic suture.
Occasionally topical or subtarsal steroids or other immunomodulatory treatments, eg tacrolimus ointment, may be required.
Common cases of minor trauma include a subtarsal foreign body and corneal foreign bodies and abrasions.
It may show a staining pattern that can tell a tale, like the gentle linear strokes of a subtarsal foreign body.
Subtarsal foreign body (FB): There is often a history of "something flying in the eye" while pursuing some outdoor activities or decorating.