Conjunctival Lipodermoid

Conjunctival Prolapse

Figure 2.42. The same patient showing a residual right upper lid ectropion after five days of bilateral pressure patches. If this occurs as a unilateral condition, it is essential to tape both eyes closed to prevent deprivation amblyopia.

Figure 2.41. Congenital ectro-pion occurs as a result of intrauterine prolapse of the conjunctiva. This may require temporary taping or suturing of the lid margins. In the absence of microphthalmos, buphthalmos, or eyelid defects, primary eyelid eversion is rare and follows a benign course. The tarsal conjunctiva is chemotic, hyper-emic, and protrudes outward. The lid returns to normal a few days following application of ophthalmic ointment and moist sterile gauze dressings.

Figure 2.42. The same patient showing a residual right upper lid ectropion after five days of bilateral pressure patches. If this occurs as a unilateral condition, it is essential to tape both eyes closed to prevent deprivation amblyopia.

Figure 2.43. Dermoid cysts occur when surface ectodermal elements are sequestered along the closure lines of the fetal bony sutures. These cystic dermoids demonstrate the superotemporal and the superonasal locations.

Figure 2.43. Dermoid cysts occur when surface ectodermal elements are sequestered along the closure lines of the fetal bony sutures. These cystic dermoids demonstrate the superotemporal and the superonasal locations.

Neonatal Lid Retraction

Figure 2.44. These cystic dermoids demonstrate the infero-temporal and the inferonasal locations. They are lined by keratinized squamous epidielial cells and contain hair follicles and sebaceous glands.

Lipodermoid

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Figure 2.45. Exophthalmos and lid retraction occur infrequently. This patient demonstrates the typical lid signs of neonatal hyperthyroidism. Children with craniofacial anomalies and shallow orbits also may demonstrate severe exophthalmos and lid retraction.

Figure 2.45. Exophthalmos and lid retraction occur infrequently. This patient demonstrates the typical lid signs of neonatal hyperthyroidism. Children with craniofacial anomalies and shallow orbits also may demonstrate severe exophthalmos and lid retraction.

Fetal Exophthalmos
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  • fulvus
    What is conjunctival prolapse?
    6 years ago

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