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eyelid

1. either of the two muscular folds of skin that can be moved to cover the exposed portion of the eyeball
2. Aeronautics a set of movable parts at the rear of a jet engine that redirect the exhaust flow to assist braking during landing

eyelid

[′ī‚lid]
(anatomy)
A movable, protective section of skin that covers and uncovers the eyeball of many terrestrial animals.
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The cases of abscess at ear pinna, eye lid and mandible were successfully treated by draining the pus (Fig.
After application of Neomycin ophthalmic ointment in the eye two times daily, the cavity showed development of healthy granulation tissue in 15 days without affect on eye lid margins.
Pare down the rest of your make up during the day by adding a 'wash' of colour across the whole eye lid, a slick of mascara and your favourite bright coloured lipstick.
Kaya has black spots under her eyes and also a smudge on the top of her left eye lid.
1 A case of skin metastasis in the lower eye lid after the surgical management of carcinoma of buccal mucosa is presented.
The picture shows a louse on left, before and on right, after sucking blood from the eye lid of her human host.
The permanent injuries were deformities in the forehead, and the upper right eye lid, in addition to paresthesia in the same position, and also her child was hit with sporadic injuries, and the contents of the house were damaged.
if you apply to your bottom lashes before your top lashes, you're less likely to get blobs of mascara smudging on to your upper eye lid (because people tilt their head forward to apply the bottom lashes).
has a new national ad campaign for Tears Again Advanced Eye lid Spray, which is available at CVS/pharmacy and Walgreen Co.
Hyperemia of conjunctiva with various degrees of intensity was found in all patients; 52 examinees had chemosis and eye lid skin edema (Photo 3), hypertrophy of conjunctival follicles being found in 25 eyes.
Although a lot of work has been done to determine more effective prevention and ideal management; there is still room to improve the etiology, demographics, causes, and clinical features of eye lid laceration.
Run a little on your ring finger softly over your eye lid as well as a small amount under it.