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cases of senile entropion or when entropion recurs after performing other surgical techniques such as modified wheeler operation, Bick’s procedure with Reeh’s modification and

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2013-11-16 10:40:52
following condition surgically corrected plication inferior lid retractors Senile ectropionb Senile entropion Cicatrical entropiond Paralytic entropionOperation involving plicationinferior lid retarctorsindicatedsevere casessenile entropion entropion recurs after performing other surgical techniques such modified wheeler operation Bick’s procedure with Reeh’s modification and Weiss operationReference:Comprehensive Ophthalmology Khurana 4th Edition Pages 340-51
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