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Orbital Floor Blowout Fracture – Treatment Options
Figure 2a,2b. An example of a patient presenting with a right orbital floor blowout fracture. Bruising and limited eye movements secondary to swelling are common clinical presentations (top). CT scan demonstrates common findings of a blow out fracture with evidence of a depressed right orbital floor (bottom).

Orbital Floor Blowout Fracture – Treatment Options

  What are my treatment options for an orbital blowout fracture? Question: I currently play baseball for my local university and was injured during our last game a few days…

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Cryotherapy and Keloid Treatment
Figure 1. Keloid lesion behind the right ear before and after cryotherapy treatment. Notice regression of the keloid after one treatment. (Courtesy of Drs. Yaron Har-Shai, Z.Paul Lorenc, cyroshape.com)

Cryotherapy and Keloid Treatment

Is cryotherapy an effective treatment for keloids? Question: A few years ago I had surgery to remove a small growth from my ear. A few months after the procedure I…

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