Entropion (inward turning eyelids)

Entropion describes the “rolling in” of the lower eyelid (and occasionally upper eyelid), causing the eyelashes to rub against the cornea, that usually results in a feeling of irritation or ‘foreign-body sensation’, and occasionally results in a corneal abrasion and a red painful eye.

Entropion usually occurs as a result of age-related stretching and subsequent instability of the eyelid, and can be readily corrected surgically.

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