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Eye Diseases

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Eye Disease: Cataract | Conjunctival and Scleral Disorders | Corneal Disorders | Eyelid Disorders | Glaucoma | Infections | Injuries | Lacrimal System Disorders | Macular Degeneration | Movement Disorders | Neuro-Ophthalmologic Disorders | Optic Nerve Disorders | Orbital Disorders | Retinal Disorders | Uveal Disorders

Vision: Vision Disorders | Vision Impairment (Low Vision, Blindness) | Vision Correction Surgery | Eyeglasses & Contact Lenses

Other Topics: General Eye Information | Eye Anatomy | Eye Care | Eye Loss & Prostheses


Eyelid Disorders

(Jump to:Overviews | Drooping Eyelids | Infection & Inflammation | Inverted & Everted Eyelids | Malformation | Spasms | Tumors )

Overviews
Eye Anatomy: Eyelids:Wills Eye Hospital
Eyelid Disorders: Diagnosis and Management:American Academy of Family Physicians


Drooping Eyelids
Ptosis:St. Luke's Cataract & Laser Institute
Ptosis – Eyelids that Droop:ASOPRS [PDF]
Congenital Ptosis:Children's Hospital Boston


Inverted and Everted Eyelids
Ectropion – Eyelids That Turn Out:ASOPRS [PDF]
Entropion – Eyelids That Turn In: ASOPRS [PDF]


Eyelid Infection & Inflammation
Blepharitis:National Eye Institute/NIH
Blepharitis:Mayo Clinic
Chalazion:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Stye (Hordeolum):Merck Manual, Home Edition


Eyelid Malformation
Blepharophimosis, Ptosis, and Epicanthus Inversus:GeneReviews


Eyelid Spasms
Eyelid Spasms:Kellogg Eye Center
Blepharospasm and Hemifacial Spasm:ASOPRS [PDF]
Blepharospasm:Dystonia Medical Research Foundation
Blepharospasm:National Eye Institute/NIH
What is the Difference Between Facial Tic and Blepharospasm?:Dystonia Medical Research Foundation
Hemifacial Spasm:NINDS
Therapy With Botulinum Toxin:netLibrary


Eyelid Tumors
Eyelid Tumors:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Cancer, see Eyelid Cancer
Xanthelasma, see Metabolic Diseases, Lipid Disorders


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