Epicanthus inversus

  • Epicanthus inversus is a fold of skin which passes from the medial part of lower lid –  vertically upwards – covering the medial canthus
  • It is seen in association with congenital ptosis, blepharophimosis and telecanthus in blepharophimosis syndrome

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