Eye Contusion

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What is Eye Contusion?

An eye contusion is a bruise around the eye, commonly called a black eye. It may occur when a blow is sustained in or near the eye socket. If a bruise appears, it will usually do so within 24 hours of the injury.


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What It Is
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Eye Contusion Causes
What causes Eye Contusion? Learn what the medical community has uncovered.
Eye Contusion Risk Factors
Risk Factors
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Eye Contusion Diagnosis
How will your doctor diagnose you with this condition? Learn about the tests, process, and more.
Eye Contusion Symptoms
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Eye Contusion Complications
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Screening for Eye Contusion
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Eye Contusion Medications
What medications offer relief or help with this condition? Are there side effects? Risks? Learn more.
Eye Contusion Prevention
How can you prevent Eye Contusion? Read what the medical community suggests for prevention methods.
Eye Contusion Treatment
Can this condition be treated? What Eye Contusion treatment options are available?
Eye Contusion Care
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Eye Contusion Doctors
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