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Symptoms Of Enophthalmos
Cause dependent: To answer that you need to know the cause of enophthalmos. If it's due to an orbital fracture then repairing the fracture can help. Other causes are oftern treated by re-volumizing the orbit, usually with a floor implant. If there is a prosthetic eye then soft tissue filler or fat transfer may be an option. There may be other treatments depending on the cause. ...Read more
MARFAN'S SYNDROME: Marfan's sysdrome is a cnnective tissue anomally with ocular, skeletal and cardiovascular abnormalities. It is inherited as autosomal dominant. ...Read more
Hi doc i'm bothered my left eye's getting smaller. I have sinusitis. Sometimes it's itchy. It's too small now. What could it be, what's enopthalmia?
Sinus: Sounds like swelling from sinuses. Enopthalmos is movement of the eyeball back into the orbit- can come from chronic sinus disease- rare syndrome of silent sinus syndrome. Takes years to develop. Doubt you have it. Take otc sinus meds for now and see ENT doc if no better. ...Read more
Health aniexty constant symptoms how do I no if I'm really ill my family say I'm fine but I don't believe them ?
U R Really Suffering: Living in a state of perpetual doubt takes its toll. And your primitive brain regions, in an effort to protect you from harm, are sounding a steady stream of false alarms. But those same primitive brain regions are very convincing as they are so freaked out. The higher thinking areas of your brain sound exhausted by this. Suggest learning about ocd - how it works. See: http://bit.Ly/15ggecx. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Panic: Panic attacks in panic disorder typically begin all of a sudden and out of the blue, symptoms usually peak within 10 minutes. Symptoms may include fear of loss of control /death, rapid heart rate, chest pain, sweating, tremor, shortness of breath, chills/hot flashes. Nausea, headache, faintness, tightness in throat & difficulty swallowing. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Fifth Disease: Fifth disease usually starts with a mild vague illness and nonspecific symptoms. Fever occurs 15%-30% of the time, along with nasal congestion and drainage, sore throat, fatigue, muscle aches, and a headache. This lasts for several days. Then, seven to 10 days later, the characteristic facial rash (the "slapped cheeks" appearance) develops abruptly. Typically, the facial rash is bright red. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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