A Pinpoint Administration of Involutional Entropion

Kumari S, Kumari P, Agrawal A, Sunny D, Kumari N and Bharti AK

Published on: 1970-01-01


The aim of the observations and study was to report the surgical outcome of mini-incisional correction method to treat involutional entropion Involutional entropion is a troublesome eyelid malposition commonly encountered in elderly above 55 year and older patients, with a prevalence reported as high as 2.1%. The condition is indicated by progressive inward rotation of the lower lid margin, causing progressive irritation of the ocular surface. Although conservative therapy with ocular lubrication, volving, or botulinum toxin injections can giverise to short-term relief, surgical interference is need to positively reimpose the anatomic state.