Facial glass injury treatment
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If you have a facial injury, you can easily treat a minor wound or cut. However, a larger or deep wound or cut will need medical attention. Wound healing usually happens automatically after simple first aid but if infections affect wounds, extra care like antibiotics might be.
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A puncture wound is caused by an object piercing the skin and creating a small hole. Common causes of puncture wounds are wood splinters, pins, nails, and glass. Infection may cause redness, swelling, pus, or watery discharge from a puncture wound that is not noticed or not treated.
Description:View Media Gallery Ultrasonography affords the clinician real-time localization of foreign bodies and can also yield diagnostic information regarding the presence of soft tissue edema or abscess formation. Hyperechoic halos provide evidence of soft tissue inflammation or edema but can also indicate abscess or granulation tissue. Gilbert and colleagues demonstrated that ultrasonography could identify 21 of 22 foreign bodies in 50 patients suspected of having a radiolucent foreign body. In their study, ultrasonography correctly identified 19 of 20 patients with confirmed foreign bodies.