Removal of stye
A stye usually goes away with appropriate treatment. Sometimes however, the bump of the stye remains and its then that we need to remove the stye.
In this surgery a small injection is given to numb the area of the bump. After applying a clamp over the bump a small incision is made on the underside of the eyelid. No incision is made on the skin. Thus this procedure does not leave any scar.
After removing the necrotic material the eye is patched with ointment and the patch is removed the next day. The lid may be swollen for a day or two more after which the swelling slowly subsides.
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