II. Definition

  1. Failed Eyelid opening

III. Causes

  1. Congenital
    1. Bilateral paralysis of Levator palpebrae superioris
      1. Causes complete Ptosis
  2. Acquired
    1. CN 3 Disease
    2. Encephalitis
    3. Horner's Syndrome (Incomplete Ptosis)

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Ontology: Ptosis (C0033377)

Definition (CHV) abnormal lowering of an organ or a part
Definition (CHV) abnormal lowering of an organ or a part
Definition (CHV) abnormal lowering of an organ or a part
Definition (CHV) abnormal lowering of an organ or a part
Definition (CHV) abnormal lowering of an organ or a part
Definition (CHV) abnormal lowering of an organ or a part
Definition (MSH) The protrusion of an organ or part of an organ into a natural or artificial orifice.
Concepts Anatomical Abnormality (T190) , Disease or Syndrome (T047)
MSH D011391
SnomedCT 29696001
English Ptosis, Prolapse, Prolapses, PTOSIS, Prolapse [Disease/Finding], caudal displacement, prolapses, ptosis, procidentias, prolapse, PROLAPSE, Procidentia, Caudal displacement, Downward displacement, Inferior displacement, Prolapse (morphologic abnormality), procidentia
French PTOSIS, Procidence, Prolapsus, Ptose
Dutch ptose, subtotale prolaps, Prolaps, Prolapsus
German Procidentia uteri, Ptose, PTOSIS, Prolaps
Italian Ptosi, Prolasso
Portuguese Procidência, Ptose palpebral, PTOSE, Prolapso
Spanish Ptosis, Procidencia, PTOSIS, desplazamiento caudal, desplazamiento descendente, desplazamiento en dirección inferior, procidencia, prolapso (anomalía morfológica), prolapso, ptosis, Prolapso
Japanese 眼瞼下垂, 子宮腟脱, シキュウチツダツ, ガンケンカスイ
Swedish Framfall
Czech prolaps, Ptóza, Prolaps
Finnish Esiinluiskahdus
Russian PROLAPS, ПРОЛАПС
Croatian Not Translated[Prolapse]
Polish Wypadanie
Hungarian Ptosis, Prolapsus
Norwegian Prolaps, Framfall, Fremfall, Prolapsus