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Lids : COARSE EYEBROWS

MONGOLOID PALPEBRAL FISSURE  |  ANTIMONGOLOID PALPEBRAL FISSURE  |  PSEUDOPTOSIS  |  BLEPHAROPTOSIS  |  SYNDROMES AND DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH PTOSIS  |  SPECIFIC BLEPHAROPTOSIS  |  HORNER SYNDROME  |  PTOSIS OF LOWER LID  |  LAGOPHTHALMOS  |  PSEUDO-LID RETRACTION  |  LID RETRACTION  |  LID LAG  |  BLEPHAROSPASM (SPASMODIC EYELID CLOSURE)  |  FACIAL PALSY  |  INFREQUENT BLINKING  |  FREQUENT BLINKING  |  LID EDEMA (PUFFINESS OR BAGGINESS OF LIDS)  |  BLEEDING OF THE EYELID  |  ECTROPION  |  ENTROPION (INVERSION OF LID MARGIN)  |  EPICANTHUS (FOLD OF SKIN OVER INNER CANTHUS OF EYE)  |  HYPOPIGMENTATION (DEPIGMENTATION OF EYELIDS)  |  HYPERPIGMENTATION (DISCOLORATION OF LIDS)  |  TUMORS OF EYELIDS  |  XANTHELASMA  |  CHRONIC BLEPHARITIS (INFLAMMATION OF LIDS)  |  ACUTE BLEPHARITIS  |  THICKENED EYELIDS  |  BLEPHAROPHIMOSIS (SHORT PALPEBRAL FISSURE)  |  EURYBLEPHARON  |  LID COLOBOMA  |  NECROSIS OF EYELIDS  |  POLIOSIS (WHITENING OF HAIR, EYEBROWS, AND EYELASHES)  |  TRICHOMEGALY (LONG LASHES)  |  MADAROSIS (LOSS OF EYELASHES)  |  DISTICHIASIS  |  COARSE EYEBROWS  |  SYNOPHRYS (CONFLUENT EYEBROWS EXTENDING TO MIDLINE)  |  HERTOGH SIGN (LACK OF OUTER THIRD OF EYEBROWS)  |  LID MYOKYMIA  |  PRESEPTAL CELLULITIS OF EYELID  |  TELECANTHUS  |  ANKYLOBLEPHARON  |  FLARING OF NASAL PART OF EYEBROW  |  HIGH ARCHED BROW  |  ABSENT BROW HAIR  |  TRICHIASIS (INWARD TURNING LASHES)

1. Congenital hypothyroidism (cretinism)
2. CPD syndrome (chorioretinopathy and pituitary dysfunction)
3. Hunter syndrome [mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS II)]
4. Hurler syndrome (MPS I)
*5. Normal variation
6. Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome (broad thumbs syndrome)
7. Sanfilippo syndrome (MPS III)

Roy FH. Ocular syndromes and systemic diseases, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002.

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