ptosis

[n] - drooping of the upper eyelid caused by muscle paralysis and weakness
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Ptosis

the drooping of the upper eyelid
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ptosis

Drooping upper eyelid
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Ptosis

drooping of the upper eyelid over the eye. It can be congenital in nature but is also seen in other conditions such as myasthenia gravis and a IIIrd nerve palsy
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Ptosis

drooping or sagging, commonly referring to eyebrows, eyelids, and breasts
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Ptosis

The prolapse or dropping of an organ.
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Ptosis

Ptosis: Downward displacement. Ptosis of the eyelids is drooping of the eyelids.
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ptosis

Drooping of the upper eyelid for any one of a number of causes. May be a result of damage to the third cranial nerve, to myasthenia gravis, to Horner&`s syndrome or simply be an isolated congenital feature.
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Ptosis

Pto'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... a falling.] (Medicine) Drooping of the upper eyelid, produced by paralysis of its levator muscle.
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ptosis

1. <anatomy> The prolapse of an organ or part. ... 2. <clinical sign> The drooping of the upper eyelid from paralysis of the third nerve or from loss of sympathetic innervation. ... Origin: Gr. Ptosis = fall ... (06 Oct 1997) ...
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ptosis

noun drooping of the upper eyelid caused by muscle paralysis and weakness
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ptosis

(to´sis) prolapse (def. 1). paralytic drooping of the upper eyelid; called also blepharoptosis. adj., ptot´ic., adj.
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Ptosis

• (n.) Drooping of the upper eyelid, produced by paralysis of its levator muscle.
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ptosis

drooping of the upper eyelid. The condition may be congenital or acquired and can cause significant obscuration of vision. In congenital ptosis the ... [1 related articles]
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ptosis

(Gr. ptosis fall) 1. prolapse of an organ or part. 2. drooping of the upper eyelid from paralysis of the third nerve or from sympathetic innervation.
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ptosis

ptosis (s), ptoses (pl) 1. An abnormal lowering or drooping of an organ or a part; especially, a drooping of the upper eyelid caused by muscle weakness or paralysis. 2. An abnormal downward displacement of the upper lid, as may result from paralysis of the third cranial nerve, sympathetic denervation, or injury; also called, lid drop.
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ptosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: tō′sis, tō′sēz Definitions: 1. A sinking down or prolapse of an organ. Synonyms: blepharoptosis
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ptosis

Greek = fall; hence, drooping of an eyelid, or descent of an internal organ.
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ptosis

Drooping of the upper eyelid.
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Ptosis

Ptosis (from the Greek word πτῶσις `falling`, `a fall`) refers to droopiness of a body part. Specifically, it can refer to: ...
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ptosis

drooping of the eyelid
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ptosis

(TOH-sis) Drooping of upper eyelid May be congenital or caused by paralysis or weakness of the 3rd cranial nerve or sympathetic nerves, or by excessive weight of the upper lids
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Ptosis

Abnormal downward displacement of a body part. e.g., drooping of upper eyelid.
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ptosis

drooping of the upper eyelid
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