(ect = outside, and trope = return) is a static palpebral disorder and represents the eyepiece (bending to the outside) of the free eyelid edges, followed by the impossibility of closing the palpebral opening and the exposure of the conjunctiva membrane on the posterior eyelid tarsal conjunctiva) – normally, the tarsal conjunctiva is in the posterior and permanent contact with the anterior pole of the eyeball.

Most commonly, ectropion refers to the eyelid evacuation of the lower eyelids.

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