periocular


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periocular

[¦per·ē′äk·yə·lər]
(anatomy)
Surrounding the eye.
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Second-line therapy consists of periocular or intravitreal steroid injections, "just like you'd inject a shoulder or knee." Oral corticosteroids are effective, but their long-term use is problematic, so Dr.
Specifically, Ad-Nox4i was administrated into periocular compartment of OIR mice at P12, and retinal NV formation was evaluated by counting preretinal endothelial nuclei or retinal angiography at P17.
He complained of a mild left sided periocular headache and a heavy feeling on the left side of his face.
The cure rates are lower for higher-risk BCCs, such as lesions that have morphea-form morphology or aggressive histologic features, or those that are [greater than or equal to] 2 cm, recurrent, or located on the lips or paranasal or periocular regions.
Examination revealed significant left periocular swelling, relative afferent pupillary defect, chemosis, extraocular movement limitation, and no light perception in the left globe.
A 20-year-old man suffered from a thermal burn in the right eye and right periocular area from boiling water.
Periocular reconstruction following the excision of cutaneous malignancy includes providing stable eyelid margin, providing reasonable symmetry with smooth internal surfaces, providing adequate eyelid closure to avoid exposure sequelae, restoring normal tension, and providing sufficient horizontal and vertical eyelid dimensions for maximal function [13, 14].
Periocular local anesthesia: Medial orbital as an alternative to superior nasal injection.
Topical or periocular corticosteroid therapy was excluded from the calculation of the immunosuppression load.
Little is known about expression of maspin and ezrin biomarkers in periocular skin tumors.
Chemotherapy can use various routes, such as intravenous, periocular, intravitreal, or intra-arterial.