(n.) The fringe of hair that edges the eyelid; -- usually in the pl.
(n.) A hair of the fringe on the edge of the eyelid.
(1) Within 2 months following birth the infants had facial acne and edema, swelling of the eyelids, loss of facial hair including eyelashes, and hyperpigmentation of the skin.
(2) Sedation, defined as sleep with preservation of eyelash reflex and purposeful reaction to verbal or mild physical stimulation, was satisfactorily achieved and maintained with minimal complications.
(3) Similar to previous cases in the literature this girl presented with proportionate intrauterine and postnatal growth retardation, normocephaly, triangular face with bulbous nose, long eyelashes, short upper lip, small vermilion border of upper lip, dorsally rotated ears, deep nuchal hair line, hirsutism, and clinodactyly of little fingers.
(4) Eyebrows, eyelashes and body hair were completely absent.
(5) V-K-H syndrome is a chronic bilateral exudative uveitis associated with whitening of the hair and eyelashes and varying signs of meningeal irritation.
(6) Epilation was followed by total regrowth of eyelashes within 2 weeks.
(7) The thiopentone dose needed for abolition of eyelash reflex was studied in 505 Pakistani patients who were divided in three subgroups, i.e., age less than 16 years, between 16 and 60 years, and over 60 years.
(8) The major clinical features were failure to thrive, profound mental retardation, dysmorphic head shape, a short nose, anteverted nares, long eyelashes, synophrys, characteristic mouth, and short stature.
(9) A tandem translocation of chromosome 13-46,XXdup13(q21 leads to qter)--occurred de novo in a patient with the following features: normal birthweight; early feeding difficulties; mild psychomotor retardation; low set hairline on the forehead; thick eyebrows; long, upturned eyelashes; pointed nose; micrognathia; large, flat, posteriorly rotated ears; multiple hemangiomata; normal hematological status.
(10) A small liquid droplet of a saturated or near-saturated sucrose solution, suspended on the tip of an eyelash probe, is used to transfer frozen sections from the knife edge onto a grid substrate or a water surface.
(11) Using the loss of eyelash reflex as the starting point for timing, all patients were intubated after 60 seconds without coughing and bucking.
(12) A basic make-up (usually including false eyelashes) and nails package costs £35 while the full prom package where girls can choose three from a list of make-up, fake tan, nails and hair is £60.
(13) All three patients had increased bilateral subcutaneous (SC) fat in the lower eyelids and inverted eyelashes.
(14) In August 1990, his right eye showed a painless, firm infiltration of the upper and lower lid, ulceration and loss of eyelashes of the upper lid and a reddish, subepithelial thickening of the medial bulbar conjunctiva.
(15) Argon laser treatment is a useful option when only a few, scattered eyelashes require ablation or in patients with disorders such as ocular pemphigoid, in which the stimulation of inflammation is undesirable.
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(18) The patients showed the characteristic facies of the Cornelia de Lange syndrome, with synophrys, long curly eyelashes and small upturned nose, and physical features, including generalized hirsutism, monodactyly, syndactyly and clinodactyly.
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(20) Each modality was equally effective in preventing eyelash regrowth.
(n.) See Sty, a boil.
(1) Clegg rejected the suggestion that the riots were the fulfilment of his prediction, made prior to the election, that there would be Greek-stye riots over the Tory cuts plans.
(2) Surgical trauma preceded the development of two lesions in one patient and a second patient presented with a positive history of recurrent styes, a chalazion, and a questionable history of trauma to the lid.