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Structure of medial palpebral ligament

Known as: Medial Palpebral Ligament 
A fibrous band located on the eyelid that connects the medial ends of the tarsal plates with the maxilla at the medial edge of the orbit.
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2019
2019
This report presents reconstruction of wide‐ and full‐thickness upper eyelid defects with a composite radial forearm–splitting… 
2018
2018
The present study aimed to determine the arrangement and terminal attachments of the zygomaticus minor (Zmi) muscle fibers… 
2015
2015
Introduction: Subretinal hemorrhage (SRH) is a complication associated with intravitreal injections of antivascular endothelial… 
2014
2014
Purpose Lower eyelid ectropion is usually accompanied by a variable degree of medial and lateral eyelid laxity. This work… 
2008
2008
Purpose: We present a new technique of anchoring the eyeball to the nasal periosteum with supramaximal recession of the lateral… 
2007
2007
2003
2003
INTRODUCTION High-frequency ultrasonography is used in ophthalmology with probes at 20, 30 and 50 MHz. The latter are used… 
2001
2001
1998
1998
Fehlbildungen der knöchernen Orbita werden v. a. durch Kraniosynostosen, Gesichtsspalten und Enzephalozelen verursacht. Die… 
Review
1953
Review
1953
OSTEOMYELITIS of the maxilla in infants is a rare but well-recognized clinical entity. Asherson (1939) collected 42 cases from…