Definition of palpebral in English:

palpebral

Line breaks: pal|pe¦bral
Pronunciation: /ˈpalpɪbr(ə)l
 
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adjective

Anatomy
  • Relating to the eyelids.
    More example sentences
    • The material was collected from the palpebral conjunctival surface using a sterile cotton tipped swab.
    • Broad fixigena is slightly narrower than glabella and is steeply upsloping, so that palpebral lobe is elevated above crest of anterior end of glabella.
    • Steeply inclined palpebral lobe is located opposite anterior half of glabella.

Origin

mid 19th century: from late Latin palpebralis, from Latin palpebra 'eyelid'.

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