Definition of Blepharoplasty

1. Noun. (context: surgery) Plastic surgery on the eyelid to improve vision or for cosmetic reasons. ¹



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Definition of Blepharoplasty

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Medical Definition of Blepharoplasty

1. Surgical repair of an eyelid. Often performed for ptosis of the eyelid. (27 Sep 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blepharoplasty

blepharoadenoma
blepharochalasis
blepharochromidrosis
blepharoclonus
blepharoconjunctivitis
blepharodiastasis
blepharokeratoconjunctivitis
blepharon
blepharons
blepharophimosis
blepharoplast
blepharoplastic
blepharoplasties
blepharoplasts
blepharoplasty (current term)
blepharoplegia
blepharoptosis
blepharospasm
blepharospasms
blepharospastic
blepharostat
blepharostenosis
blepharosynechia
blepharotomy
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Literary usage of Blepharoplasty

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1. Text-book of Ophthalmology by Ernst Fuchs (1911)
"... much of the skin of the lid has ;ieen lost, we will have no success with this simple operation, but must proceed to the performance of blepharoplasty, ..."

2. Modern ophthalmology: A Practical Treatise on the Anatomy, Physiology, and by James Moores Ball (1908)
"... flaps comprising the whole thickness of the skin without the subcutaneous fat) has been practiced sue- Fig. 192.—Outlines of incision in blepharoplasty. ..."

3. The Science and art of surgery: Being a Treatise on Surgical Injuries by Sir John Eric Erichsen (1864)
"blepharoplasty, or the operation by which the eyelids are repaired, is occasionally required for loss of substance—the result of wounds, cicatrices, ..."

4. Plastics and orthopedics by David Prince (1871)
"... and the explanation of the application of expedients to other parts, renders any especial attention to this organ unnecessary. blepharoplasty. ..."

5. Text-book of Ophthalmology by Ernst Fuchs (1911)
"... much of the skin of the lid has ;ieen lost, we will have no success with this simple operation, but must proceed to the performance of blepharoplasty, ..."

6. Modern ophthalmology: A Practical Treatise on the Anatomy, Physiology, and by James Moores Ball (1908)
"... flaps comprising the whole thickness of the skin without the subcutaneous fat) has been practiced sue- Fig. 192.—Outlines of incision in blepharoplasty. ..."

7. The Science and art of surgery: Being a Treatise on Surgical Injuries by Sir John Eric Erichsen (1864)
"blepharoplasty, or the operation by which the eyelids are repaired, is occasionally required for loss of substance—the result of wounds, cicatrices, ..."

8. Plastics and orthopedics by David Prince (1871)
"... and the explanation of the application of expedients to other parts, renders any especial attention to this organ unnecessary. blepharoplasty. ..."

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