xanthelasma palpebrarum


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xan·the·las·ma pal·pe·bra·rum

soft, yellow-orange plaques on the eyelids or medial canthus, the most common form of xanthoma; may be associated with low-density lipoproteins, especially in younger adults.

xan·the·las·ma pal·pe·bra·rum

(zanthĕ-lazmă palpē-brārŭm)
Soft, yellow-orange plaques on the eyelids or medial canthus, the most common form of xanthoma; may be associated with elevation of low-density lipoproteins, especially in younger adults.
Synonym(s): xanthelasma.

xan·the·las·ma pal·pe·bra·rum

(zanthĕ-lazmă palpē-brārŭm)
Soft, yellow-orange plaques on eyelids or medial canthus, most common form of xanthoma; may be associated with low-density lipoproteins, especially in younger adults.
Synonym(s): xanthoma palpebrarum.
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