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Pseudoptosis

  • Adam J. Cohen
  • David A. Weinberg
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Abstract

Pseudoptosis is a “waste basket,” or heterogeneous group, of miscellaneous disorders in which there is an illusion of ptosis rather than “true” ptosis. The condition creating the appearance of pseudoptosis may involve the eye in question or the opposite eye.

Keywords

Botulinum Toxin Palpebral Fissure Eyelid Retraction Superior Sulcus Eyelid Skin 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Private Practice, The Art of EyesSkokieUSA

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