Vertical, horizontal vectors affect lower lid laxity

WAIKOLOA, Hawaii — Involutional ectropion is probably the most common variety of lower eyelid malposition, causing laxity of the margin that turns away from the globe, a speaker said here.Conversely, in involutional entropion, the margin turns inward and may be confused with trichiasis, Jeremiah Tao, MD, FACS, said at Hawaiian Eye 2013.

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