epicanthic fold definition

  • noun:
    • A fold of skin of the top eyelid that partly covers the internal part of this eye. Also referred to as epicanthus.
    • a vertical fold of skin on the nasal canthus; regular for Mongolian peoples; occasionally takes place in Down's problem
    • A fold of skin for the upper eyelid that partially addresses the inner part for the eye. Also known as epicanthus.
    • a vertical fold of epidermis throughout the nasal canthus; typical for Mongolian peoples; often happens in Down's syndrome
    • A fold of epidermis of the upper eyelid that partially covers the internal place of this eye. Also known as epicanthus.
    • A fold of skin of upper eyelid that partially covers the internal place of attention. Also known as epicanthus.
    • a vertical fold of epidermis within the nasal canthus; normal for Mongolian individuals; sometimes does occur in Down's syndrome
    • a vertical fold of skin across nasal canthus; regular for Mongolian peoples; often happens in Down's syndrome

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