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Dermatochalasis
Tuesday, 07 April 2009 20:48

 

What is Dermatochalasis? What is the treatment for Dermatochalasis?

 

Dermatochalasis is a common condition that involves the drooping of the upper eyelids. In advanced cases this can block one’s peripheral vision. Treatment is blepharoplasty, surgically correcting the droopy skin.

 

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