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Tarsal Plates

Summary Information: Tarsal Plates

Tarsal Plates: The tarsal plates consist of connective tissue that helps to form the eyelids. Tarsal plates should not be confused with tarsal bones, which make up the foot and ankle. The tarsal plates are located at the edge of the eyelids and provide stability during movement of the eyelids. They include the superior tarsus and the inferior tarsus. Conditions that afflict the tarsal plates of the eyelids include infections, trauma, lesions and cancer.

Closely Related Organs: Tarsal Plates

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Tarsal Plates

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Other Names: Tarsal Plates

The following are other names for the organ: Tarsal Plates:

  • Tarsus of the eyelids
  • Tarsi

Sub Parts: Tarsal Plates

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Tarsal Plates

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