I had a fall before four days and hit my eye. I have a lump on my eyebrow, and that is not going down or getting better. It is hard and painful.
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I have gone through your query and I can understand your concerns.
As of now, you can do the following things:
Blunt trauma.Probable diagnosis:
Hematoma following a blunt injury.Treatment plan:
Conservative.Regarding follow up:
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