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- n. Any of the scales along the upper surface of the canthus rostralis in snakes, located behind the level of the prenasal/postnasal suture and before the supraocular.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to a canthus, in any use of that word.
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Of the surgical methods used, better outcomes resulted for the procedures known as medial and lateral canthal placation, and upper lid lateral tarsal strip.
Tabbi, who’s twelve now with lateral canthal rhytides around her eyes from crying.