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The answer PTOSIS has 5 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of ptosis in various dictionaries:
noun - drooping of the upper eyelid caused by muscle paralysis and weakness
adj - a drooping of the upper eyelid [n PTOSES] : PTOTIC
PTOSIS - Ptosis (from the Greek word "falling", "a fall", "dropped") refers to droopiness of a body part. Specifically, it can refer to: Ptosis (eyelid) (th...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Bookish type follows short direction to relative with congenital eye condition|
|Drooping eyelid, medically|
|Drooping of upper eyelid|
|Drooping of the upper eyelid|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|May 27 2018 The Times - Specialist|
|Feb 11 2013 Irish Times (Crosaire)|
|Jun 11 2012 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
|Jul 16 2010 Wall Street Journal|
|Aug 10 2008 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Abnormal lowering or drooping of an organ or a part, especially a drooping of the upper eyelid caused by muscle weakness or paralysis.|
|drooping of the upper eyelid caused by muscle paralysis and weakness|
Ptosis (from the Greek word "falling", "a fall", "dropped") refers to droopiness of a body part. Specifically, it can refer to:* Ptosis (eyelid) (the most common usage of the term), a drooping of the upper or lower eyelid|
* Ptosis (breasts), drooping or sagging of the breast
* Gastroptosis (stomach), the abnormal downward displacement of the stomach
* Nephroptosis or renal ptosis (kidney)
* Visceroptosis, a prolapse or a sinking of the abdominal viscera (internal organs) below their natural position