Cases and treatment of ocular complications after aesthetic double eyelid surgery Yoshikazu Kanemori 1 1Kanemori Eye Clin pp.297-301
Published Date 2008/3/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1410102156
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Abstract. Purpose:To present treated cases of ocular complications after aesthetic double eyelid surgery. Cases:Three cases are presented, All were females aged 37, 56 and 64 years respectively. Ocular complications appeared 10 years, 20 years and 2 weeks respectively after double eyelid surgery. The first case developed ocular irritation and conjunctival hemorrhage due to palpebral conjunctival scar. She was treated by betamethasone eyedrops. The second case had ocular irritation due to exposure of tarsal suture. She was treated by transconjunctival suture extraction. The third case developed eyesore due to palpebral conjunctivitis and was cured by transcutaneous suture extraction. Conclusion:Suture after double eyelid surgery should be removed when exposure of the suture is obvious or when severe inflammation of tarsal conjunctiva is present.

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