Raccoon Eyes

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A lighting error when high angle lights cast shadows under the subjects eyes.

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  • Raccoon eyes — (also known, especially in the UK, as panda eyes) or periorbital ecchymosis is a sign of basal skull fracture. [ cite journal | first = FA | last = Herbella | coauthors = Mudo M, Delmonti C, Braga FM, Del Grande JC | year = 2001 | month = Dec |… …   Wikipedia

  • raccoon eyes — areas of ecchymosis around both eyes, most often indicating a basilar skull fracture; a similar finding is seen in AL amyloidosis. Called also raccoon sign …   Medical dictionary

  • Raccoon eyes — FilmM the effect created when shooting subjects in bright daylight when the sun is high in the sky, which results in dark shadows in the subjects eye sockets …   Audio and video glossary

  • raccoon sign — raccoon eyes; see under eye …   Medical dictionary

  • raccoon — ☆ raccoon [ra ko͞on′ ] n. pl. raccoons or raccoon [< Virginia Algonquian aroughcun] 1. any of a genus (Procyon, family Procyonidae) of small, tree climbing, American carnivores, active largely at night and characterized by long, yellowish gray …   English World dictionary

  • Raccoon — For other species called raccoon in the genus Procyon, see Procyon (genus). For other uses, see Raccoon (disambiguation). Raccoon …   Wikipedia

  • Raccoon dog — Neoguri redirects here. For the tropical storm, see Typhoon Neoguri (2008). Raccoon Dog Wild raccoon dogs at Fukuyama, Hiroshima Conservation status …   Wikipedia

  • raccoon — /ra koohn /, n., pl. raccoons, (esp. collectively) raccoon. 1. a nocturnal carnivore, Procyon lotor, having a masklike black stripe across the eyes, a sharp snout, and a bushy, ringed tail, native to North and Central America and introduced… …   Universalium

  • raccoon — rac|coon racoon [rəˈku:n, ræ US ræ ] n [Date: 1600 1700; : Virginia Algonquian; Origin: äräkhun] 1.) a small North American animal with black fur around its eyes and black and grey rings on its tail 2.) [U] the skin and thick fur of a raccoon ▪ a …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • raccoon — noun /ɹəˈkuːn,ɹæˈkun,ɹəˈkun/ a) A nocturnal omnivore originally living in Northern America, typically with a mixture of gray, brown, and black fur, a mask like marking around the eyes and a striped tail; Procyon lotor. Before a fire upon a seat… …   Wiktionary

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