Medical Definition of Xanthoma palpebrarum

1. Soft yellow-orange plaques on the eyelids or medial canthus, the most common form of xanthoma; may be associated with low-density lipoproteins, especially in younger adults Synonym: xanthelasma, xanthoma palpebrarum. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Xanthoma Palpebrarum

xanthogenate
xanthogenates
xanthogenic
xanthogenic acid
xanthogens
xanthogranuloma
xanthogranulomas
xanthogranulomata
xanthogranulomatous
xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis
xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis
xanthoma
xanthoma diabeticorum
xanthoma disseminatum
xanthoma multiplex
xanthoma palpebrarum (current term)
xanthoma planum
xanthoma tuberosum
xanthoma tuberosum simplex
xanthomas
xanthomata
xanthomatoses
xanthomatosis
xanthomatosis bulbi
xanthomatotic
xanthomatous
xanthomegnin
xanthomonad
xanthomonads
xanthomonas

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