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Case Report

Case Report of Bilateral Congenital Upper Eyelid Eversion in a Newborn

Devika P1*,Veena Bhagavan2,Divakar D Rao3,Sudhir Hegde K1,and Vasanthi B Kotian4

Department of Ophthalmology,AJ Institute of Medical Sciences,Kuntikana,Mangalore - 575004,Karnataka,India

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,AJ Institute of Medical Sciences,Kuntikana,Mangalore-575004,Karnataka,India

Department of Pediatrics,AJ Institute of Medical Sciences,Kuntikana,Mangalore-575004,Karnataka,India

Department of Ophthalmology,K S Hegde Medical College,Deralakatte,Mangalore - 575018,Karnataka,India

*Corresponding Author:
Consultant,Pediatric Ophthalmology and Squint Services,Department of Ophthalmology,AJ Institute of Medical Sciences,Kuntikana,Mangalore 575004,Karnataka,India. Mobile: +91 8971447923

Received date: 13/11/2013 Accepted date: 16/12/2013

 

 

Abstract

Congenital eversion of the upper eyelids is a rare clinical entity, the pathogenesis of which is still obscure. Incidence is higher in black babies, infants with Down’s syndrome and in collodion babies. Treatment modalities vary from conservative management to surgical correction. We report a case of bilateral congenital eversion of upper eyelids in a full term neonate born by caesarean section. Immediate conservative management of the condition resulted in complete recovery.

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