What is Conjunctivochalasis ?
It describes a redundant, loose, nonedematous inferior bulbar conjunctiva interposed between the globe and the lower eyelid. Patients vary in the degree of their
symptomatology, ranging from asymptomatic to ocular irritation, pain, subconjunctival hemorrhage, epiphora, dry eye, and ulceration. Conjunctivochalasis is associated with disruption of the tear meniscus.
Reference : Simple Surgical Approach with High-Frequency Radio-Wave Electrosurgery for Conjunctivochalasis, Ophthalmology 2010;117:2129–2133