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Why do you have epicanthal folds?
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Dr. Scott McLean
Clinical Genetics
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In brief: Look at this picture
An epicanthal fold is a skin fold from your upper eyelid that slightly covers the inside corner of your eye.
Here is a good link: http://www.Nationwidechildrens.Org/epicanthal-folds. Many asian people have epicanthal folds, and in non-asians they are not uncommon. They are one of the many minor ways in which our bodies differ one from another.

In brief: Look at this picture
An epicanthal fold is a skin fold from your upper eyelid that slightly covers the inside corner of your eye.
Here is a good link: http://www.Nationwidechildrens.Org/epicanthal-folds. Many asian people have epicanthal folds, and in non-asians they are not uncommon. They are one of the many minor ways in which our bodies differ one from another.
Dr. Scott McLean
Dr. Scott McLean
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Dr. Larry Nichter
Cosmetic Surgery
In brief: Epicanthal Fold Def
An epicanthal fold refers to skin fold from your upper eyelid that covers part of the inside corner of your eye.
It is most common in asians.

In brief: Epicanthal Fold Def
An epicanthal fold refers to skin fold from your upper eyelid that covers part of the inside corner of your eye.
It is most common in asians.
Dr. Larry Nichter
Dr. Larry Nichter
Thank
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