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Retained Contacts

Mizuho Morrison, DO and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
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Millions of people worldwide wear contact lens. Occasionally they get stuck in the eye, and it’s our job to figure out how to find them. Matthieu Declerck reviews for us practical ways to take on this approach.

 

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Scott H., MD -

I got a "kick" out of the segment on hair opposition for scalp wound closures. I completed an FP residency in 1987 and used that technique during my training and subsequently. I was taught by another more seasoned FP and it wasn't considered new then as GPs had used the technique for years, minus the cyanoacrolate. FYI and all smiles, this older doc.

Mike W., MD -

Thx Scott for sharing!! I think Sylvia was asking a question specifically for you so I will let you respond to her
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Scott H., MD -

Sylvia. Yes, tied only. Dermabond did not "exist" at the time and hair tying is quite satisfactory for several types of scalp wounds.

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