The discoloration and swelling are most intense in the immediate vicinity of the wound, the edges of which are everted and moist.
This operation consists in excision of the apex of the everted lid.
The mouth is anterior and slightly ventral; it leads into a protrusible pharynx armed with recurved teeth that can be everted.
The edges were thick and everted, and surrounded with an erysipelatous inflammation.
In all grossly sensual nations and individuals, the lips are everted even at the angles.
The wall was decorated with narrow horizontal bands and a wide foliate zone below the everted rim.
The lip is everted, and its mucous membrane unduly prominent.
Wide mouth with everted lip and large round-sectioned string-rim of unusual character.
The eyelid is everted and a drop of the solution is injected into the cyst with a hypodermic syringe.
Ectropium is the opposite condition from entropium; in it the eyelids are everted and the palpebral conjunctiva is exposed.
evert e·vert (ĭ-vûrt')
v. e·vert·ed, e·vert·ing, e·verts
To turn inside out or outward.