distichiasis

(dis″tĭ-ki┬┤ә-sis) the presence of a double row of eyelashes, one or both of which are turned against the eyeball.
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distichiasis

A congenital, abnormal, accessory row of eyelashes. ... Origin: G. Di-double, + stichos, row ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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distichiasis

An extra row of cilia or eyelashes grow from the meibomian gland openings on the eyelid margin.
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distichiasis

distichiasis A congenital, abnormal, additional row of eyelashes.
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Distichiasis

Distichiasis: Double rows of eyelashes. The extra eyelashes grow from glands called the Meibomian glands and may protrude into the cornea, producing severe corneal abrasions.
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distichiasis

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis′ti-kī′ă-sis Definitions: 1. A congenital, abnormal, accessory row of eyelashes.
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