Eyelids


Eye anatomy

These are upper and lower eyelids or folds or palpebrae which protect the anterior aspect of the eye. The upper palpebra is larger and more mobile than the lower one with an angle or fornix deeper also. When the two eyelids cover the anterior aspect of the eye when the eyes are open, they form a fissure between the two which is elliptical, but when closed they form a horizontal line.

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