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Superior Tarsus: The superior tarsus is a band of connective tissue that helps to form the upper eyelid. The superior tarsus is located at the edge of the upper eyelid and provides stability during movement of the eyelid. Conditions that afflict the superior tarsus of the eyelid include infections, trauma, lesions and cancer.
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