Congenital ectropion is a rare abnormality characterized by eversion of the eyelid margin. It usually involves the lower eyelid and is secondary to a vertical deficiency of the skin. Lateral tarsorrhaphy may be effective for mild cases. More severe cases may require a skin flap or graft.
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