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13 Possible Causes for Singed Eyebrows

  • Smoke Inhalation Injury

    Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) was used successfully in two children who had respiratory failure secondary to smoke inhalation injury. The first involved a 20% body surface area burn with initial carboxyhemoglobin of 26%. The patient developed varicella pneumonia, which complicated his respiratory[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Corneal Burn

    We present 2 patients with accidental corneal burns inflicted during clear cornea cataract surgery using radiofrequency diathermy for anterior capsulotomy. During the capsulotomy procedure, the anterior capsule was not opened and only a small air bubble appeared when the energy was turned on. Meanwhile the area[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Burn Injury

    If the patient has thermal burns, the signs of inhalation burns are facial burns, hoarseness, soot in the nose or mouth, carbon in the sputum, lip edema, and singed eyebrows[journals.lww.com] Singeing of the eyebrows and around the nose. Carbon deposits and acute inflammatory changes in the oropharynx. Carbon particles seen in sputum. Hoarseness.[patient.info] […] nasal hairs, eyelashes and eyebrows Neck or facial burns.[dsslaw.com]

  • Meige Syndrome

    The spasms may be transiently alleviated by pulling on an upper eyelid or an eyebrow, pinching the neck, talking, humming, yawning, singing, sleeping, relaxation, reading,[bcm.edu]

  • Familial Infantile Bilateral Striatal Necrosis

    The spasms may be transiently alleviated by pulling on an upper eyelid or an eyebrow, pinching the neck, talking, humming, yawning, singing, sleeping, relaxing, reading, concentrating[blepharospasm.org]

  • Blepharospasm

    If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you can temporarily relieve the spasm by looking down, lifting a trigger point such as an eyebrow, whistling, singing, or humming[eyelidmd.com] The spasms may be transiently alleviated by pulling on an upper eyelid or an eyebrow, pinching the neck, talking, humming, yawning, singing, sleeping, relaxation, reading,[bcm.edu]

  • Extensive Burns

    Singeing of the eyebrows and around the nose. Carbon deposits and acute inflammatory changes in the oropharynx. Carbon particles seen in sputum. Hoarseness.[patient.info]

  • Inhalation Burn

    […] nasal hair, eyebrows or eyelashes; Soot in the saliva, sputum, nose or mouth.[vicburns.org.au] […] if: Exposure to fire and smoke in an enclosed setting; Hoarseness or change in voice; Harsh cough; stridor; Burns to the face; head and neck swelling; inflamed oropharynx Singed[vicburns.org.au]

  • Familial Dyskinesia and Facial Myokymia

    The spasms may be transiently alleviated by pulling on an upper eyelid or an eyebrow, pinching the neck, talking, humming, yawning, singing, sleeping, relaxing, reading, concentrating[blepharospasm.org]

  • Partial Deep Dermal and Full Thickness Burns

    Singeing of the eyebrows and around the nose. Carbon deposits and acute inflammatory changes in the oropharynx. Carbon particles seen in sputum. Hoarseness.[patient.info] Inhalation injury is suspected if the child has been trapped in a burning building, has been coughing up soot, or has some singeing of his or her eyebrows, eyelashes or nose[eapsa.org]

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