Origin of palpebral
Related formsin·ter·pal·pe·bral, adjectivepost·pal·pe·bral, adjective
Examples from the Web for palpebral
It is about the size of an almond and has an upper (orbital) and a lower (palpebral) part.
Ectropium is the opposite condition from entropium; in it the eyelids are everted and the palpebral conjunctiva is exposed.A Manual of the Operations of Surgery|Joseph Bell
The tendon can usually be distinguished from the palpebral ligament by the fact that it is elastic when pulled on.
The palpebral fissure was normal in size and there was little, if any, diminution in strength of the right radial pulse.Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900|George Henry Makins
The needle is then again carried through the levator palpebr, palpebral ligament, and orbicularis in the upper part of the wound.