Ectrodactyly–ectodermal dysplasia–cleft syndrome

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Other features noted in association with EEC include vesicoureteral reflux, recurrent urinary tract infections, obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct, decreased pigmentation of the hair and skin, missing or abnormal teeth, enamel hypoplasia, absent punctae in the lower eyelids, photophobia, occasional cognitive impairment and kidney anomalies, and conductive hearing loss. Ectrodactyly involves the deficiency or absence of one or more central digits of the hand or foot and is also known as split hand–split foot malformation (SHFM).

Applications of artificial intelligence

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Vincent Nozick, a researcher from the Institut Gaspard Monge, found a way to detect rigged documents by analyzing the movements of the eyelid. The DARPA (a research group associated with the U.S. Department of Defense) has given 68 million dollars to work on deepfake detection. In Europe, the Horizon 2020 program financed InVid, software designed to help journalists to detect fake documents. AI tutors could allow for students to get extra, one-on-one help. They could also reduce anxiety and stress for some students, that may be caused by tutor labs or human tutors. In future classrooms, ambient informatics can play a beneficial role.

Death by Stereo

Jeff Clark (musician)
He was replaced by Dan Palmer, formerly of the band Eyelid. They toured for the rest of the year. In the winter of 1999, during a tour with Straight Faced and Ignite, Brett Gurewitz from Epitaph Records approached the band about releasing an album, ultimately signing them in 2000. Between a tour with Bane and Adamantium, they finished their second album, Day of the Death, which was released in January 2001. Death By Stereo spent almost all of 2001, touring North America, with bands such as Sick Of It All, Boysetsfire, The Hope Conspiracy, AFI, Rise Against, Nicotine and The Planet Smashers.

Ocular rosacea

Ocular rosacea is a manifestation of rosacea that affects the eyes and eyelids. Signs and symptoms generally consist of redness, irritation or burning of the eyes. Affected individuals may also feel that there is something, such as an eyelash, in the eye and frequently have redness of the nose and cheeks as well. Those who suffer from ocular rosacea may be treated with warm compresses, artificial tears and washing the area around the eye with warm water, including the eyelids, to help relieve symptoms. Additionally, oral antibiotics, typically doxycycline, may be prescribed.

Index of anatomy articles

Europhiles. eustachian tube. excretory system. exocrine gland. exophthalmos. exoskeleton. exotropia. extensor plantar response. extensor posturing. extensor retinaculum. external auditory meatus. external capsule. external carotid artery. external ear. external iliac artery. external jugular vein. external laryngeal nerve. external medullary lamina. external nasal nerve. external occipital protuberance. external ophthalmoplegia. extraocular muscles. extraperitoneal. extrapyramidal motor system. extrapyramidal signs. extrapyramidal system. extreme capsule. extrinsic muscle. eye. eyebrow. eyelash. eyelid. fabella. face. facet joint. facial artery. facial bone. facial colliculus. facial nerve. facial

Robinow syndrome

Covesdem syndromeAutosomal recessive Robinow syndromeRobinow-Silverman-Smith syndrome
Though the eyes do not protrude, abnormalities in the lower eyelid may give that impression. Surgery may be necessary if the eyes cannot close fully. In addition, the ears may be set low on the head or have a deformed pinna. Patients suffer from dwarfism, short lower arms, small feet, and small hands. Fingers and toes may also be abnormally short and laterally or medially bent. The thumb may be displaced and some patients, notably in Turkey, experience ectrodactyly. All patients often suffer from vertebral segmentation abnormalities. Those with the dominant variant have, at most, a single butterfly vertebra.

Duck and cover

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With high importance is given to closing eyelids and covering the eyes as temporary and permanent flash blindness is a risk potential without this covering, especially at night. A photograph taken about 1.3 km from the hypocenter of the Hiroshima bomb explosion showed that the shadowing effect of leaves from a nearby shrub protected a wooden utilities pole from charring discoloration due to the burst of thermal radiation, however the rest of the telephone pole, not under the protection of the leaves, was charred almost completely black.

Murder of Junko Furuta

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They burned her vagina and clitoris with cigarettes and lighters, and her eyelids with hot wax. They also tore off her left nipple with pliers and pierced her breasts with sewing needles. She was found to be pregnant, despite severe damage to her uterus and anus to the point the two holes became one; when her body was found, ornamin-c bottles were stuck up her anus and her face was unrecognizable. Some of the torturers' friends have been officially identified, including Tetsuo Nakamura, and Koichi Ihara, who were charged with rape after their DNA was found on and in the victim's body. Ihara was allegedly bullied into raping Furuta.

Superficial parotid lymph nodes

Their afferent vessels drain the root of the nose, the eyelids, the frontotemporal region, the external acoustic meatus and the tympanic cavity, possibly also the posterior parts of the palate and the floor of the nasal cavity. The efferents of these glands pass to the superior deep cervical glands.

Dry eye syndrome

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In severe cases of dry eyes, tarsorrhaphy may be performed where the eyelids are partially sewn together. This reduces the palpebral fissure (eyelid separation), ideally leading to a reduction in tear evaporation. Keratoconjunctivitis sicca usually is a chronic problem. Its prognosis shows considerable variance, depending upon the severity of the condition. Most people have mild-to-moderate cases, and can be treated symptomatically with lubricants. This provides an adequate relief of symptoms. When dry eyes symptoms are severe, they can interfere with quality of life.


human facefacialfacial feature
The eyes, sitting in the orbit and protected by eyelids and eyelashes. The distinctive human nose shape, nostrils, and nasal septum. The cheeks, covering the maxilla and mandibula (or jaw), the extremity of which is the chin. The mouth, with the upper lip divided by the philtrum, sometimes revealing the teeth. Diprosopus. Face perception. Facial symmetry. Physiognomy. Prosopagnosia.


xanthomatosisXanthoma tuberosumEruptive xanthoma
A xanthelasma is a sharply demarcated yellowish collection of cholesterol underneath the skin, usually on or around the eyelids. Strictly, a xanthelasma is a distinct condition, being called a xanthoma only when becoming larger and nodular, assuming tumorous proportions. Still, it is often classified simply as a subtype of xanthoma. Xanthoma tuberosum (also known as tuberous xanthoma) is characterized by xanthomas located over the joints. Xanthoma tendinosum (also tendon xanthoma or tendinous xanthoma ) is clinically characterized by papules and nodules found in the tendons of the hands, feet, and heel. Also associated with familial hypercholesterolemia (FH).