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Surgical rejuvenation of the eyelids or Blepharoplasty is a procedure usually performed on otherwise healthy patients who may have excess skin, muscle, and fat around the eyelids. The operation is done to rejuvenate the eyelids and achieves a more youthful appearance.
 This approach is used only in the lower eyelid in select patients. Many of these patients may not need skin removed, but only excess fatty tissue. The tissues are separated to obtain access to the fat pockets in the lower eyelid.
 The pockets of fat are exposed and a series of surgical instruments are used to remove the fat. The wound is allowed to heal. Sutures may be placed in the wound depending on the surgeon`s preference. In select patients it is possible to have extra skin removed with another incision on the outside of the eyelid. Healing time may be up to two weeks.
 There may be significant swelling and bruising following the procedure. Sometimes it may take longer to achieve the final results.

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Unselected coagulation testing is widely practiced to assess bleeding risk prior to surgery. However this may delay surgery inappropriately, cause unnecessary concern in patients with ‘abnormal’ tests and is costly. A systematic review found that coagulation tests were poor predictors of bleeding. The following key recommendations were thus made: • Indiscriminate coagulation screening prior to surgery or other invasive procedures to predict postoperative bleeding in unselected patients is not recommended. • A bleeding history including detail of family history, previous excessive post-traumatic or postsurgical bleeding and use of anti-thrombotic drugs should be taken in all patients preoperatively and prior to invasive procedures. • If the bleeding history is negative, no further coagulation testing is indicated. • If the bleeding history is positive or there is a clear clinical indication (e.g. liver disease), a comprehensive assessment, guided by the clinical features is required. More...

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