Eyelids

The eyelids are covered by an epidermis above a thin dermis with small sweat glands and pilosebaceous units.

The dermis covers the musculus orbicularis oculi, located on the anterior surface of the tarsal plate, which is composed of compact stroma. In the anterior part of the eyelids, the pilosebaceous units are much larger to form the lashes. The parts of the tarsal plates closest to the lid margins, contain the large sebaceous (Meibomian) glands. A transition from keratinised squamous epithelium of the outer eyelid into columnar epithelium of the tarsal conjunctiva is present in the transition zone. Small pilosebaceous glands (Zeis) and sweat glands (Moll) are present at the lid margins.

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