eversión palpebral

Eng. Lid eversion
Maniobra exploratoria utilizada en la búsqueda de posibles cuerpos extranos localizados en la conjuntiva palpebral.

Diccionario de oftalmología. . 2011.

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  • doble eversión palpebral — Eng. Double lid eversion Maniobra exploratoria utilizada con el fin de evaluar posible patología del fórnix conjuntival superior …   Diccionario de oftalmología

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