Medical Definition of Plica palpebronasalis

1. A fold of skin that comes down across the inner angle of the eye. The epicanthal fold is more common in children with Down syndrome and other birth defects than normal children and so is of value in diagnosis. Although some dictionaries state that this eye fold is found in peoples of Asian origin, this is not true. The normal Asian eyefold is continuous with the lower edge of the upper eyelid and actually appears distinctly different than a true epicanthal fold. (12 Dec 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Plica Palpebronasalis

plica glossoepiglottica mediana
plica gubernatrix
plica hypogastrica
plica ileocaecalis
plica incudis
plica interdigitalis
plica interureterica
plica lacrimalis
plica longitudinalis duodeni
plica lunata
plica mallearis
plica membranae tympani
plica nervi laryngei
plica palatina transversa
plica palpebronasalis (current term)
plica paraduodenalis
plica rectouterina
plica salpingopalatina
plica salpingopharyngea
plica semilunaris
plica semilunaris conjunctivae
plica semilunaris of colon
plica semilunaris of eye
plica sigmoidea
plica spiralis ductus cystici
plica stapedis
plica sublingualis
plica synovialis

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