Jaeger Lid Plate
This large instrument has a concave and a convex surface which serve to complement the contour of the globe and allow for its placement between the lid and the globe during eyelid surgery. It provides a rigid surface on which lid dissection can be safely performed while protecting the globe. This plate is commonly used for this purpose when harvesting a Hughes flap. It resembles a shoehorn and for this reason is also commonly called a "shoehorn retractor".