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Lump over eyebrow. What is it? What can be used?

I have a lump over my right eyebrow, that I got in a car accident on August 11th. It is now Dec 23rd and I can still feel a little lump there and my eyebrow looks a little different then it did before the crash. This difference is not positive, because it disrupts my facial symmetry. Is there anything I can do, or will this heal on it s on in the coming months/years? Please respond back, your help would be greatly appreciated. My email Address is YYYY@YYYY . My name is Aaron.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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Hello Aaron,

It is better to get the eyebrow examined by an ophthalmologist for a closer look. It could be due to a fibrotic swelling ( fibrosis of tissue following trauma). If the lump has remained the same over 4 months then you can consider a surgical removal for cosmetic reasons.


Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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