Ptosis is the paralysis of the muscles of the eyelid. It is commonly called droopy eyelids. The paralysis can be caused in various ways, including congenitally or from a stroke. more...
One of the surgical procedures that can partially correct ptosis is called a frontalis lift, where the eyelids are connected by fascia ties to the frontalis muscles (the muscles in the forehead).
Ptosis refers to droopiness of any body part, such as eyelids or breasts. When describing breasts, degrees of ptosis can be described in terms of the nipple's location relative to the inframammary crease, the fold where the underside of the breast meets the chest. If the nipple is above or directly in front of the crease, the ptosis is very mild. If the nipple is one to three centimeters (an inch or less) below the crease, the ptosis is moderate. If the nipple is more than three centimeters (more than an inch) below the crease, the ptosis is severe. If the nipple is above the inframammary crease but the breast appears droopy due to the presence of a significant lower breast lobe, the condition is termed "pseudo-ptosis."
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