Intercanthal distance

  • Intercanthal distance is the distance between the medial canthi of the eye
  • It’s usually ranges from 30-35mm
  • For practical purposes, the intercanthal distance is considered to be approximately equal to the width of one eye
  • In certain conditions, the intercanthal distance increases – telecanthus
  • Intercanthal distance should not be confused with Interpupillary distance

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