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From: Efficacy and predictability of Muller’s muscle-conjunctival resection with different tarsectomy lengths for unilateral blepharoptosis treatment

Fig. 2

Evaluation of the change and symmetry of marginal reflex distance 1 (MRD1) and tarsal platform show (TPS) before and after Muller’s muscle-conjunctival resection (MMCR) with different lengths of tarsectomy. a In total cases and subgroup analysis, there was a significant difference of MRD1 between the two eyes preoperatively, but no significant difference was found postoperatively. For the ptotic eye, there was significant increase of MRD1 postoperatively. b In total cases and subgroup analysis, there was a significant difference of TPS between the two eyes preoperatively, but no significant difference was found postoperatively. For the ptotic eye, there was significant decrease of TPS postoperatively. c The difference of MRD1 between the two eyes significantly changed postoperatively in total cases and subgroup analysis. d The difference of TPS between the two eyes significantly changed postoperatively in total cases and subgroup analysis. *p < 0.05. ∆, difference between the ptotic eye and the healthy fellow eye of each patient

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