Epiblepharon



epiblepharon ep·i·bleph·a·ron (ěp’ə-blěf’ə-rŏn’)
n.
A congenital horizontal fold of skin near the margin of the upper or lower eyelid caused by the abnormal insertion of muscle fibers.

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