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Silent Sinus Syndrome
An eye surgeon said I have Silent Sinus Syndrome. The reason is my right eye has sunken inward and downward somewhat and I was concerned so I went to go see him. He said I would have to take care of my sinus issue and then have re-constructive surgery for my eye to get it back in place. I viewed my CT scan and it looks like I don't even have a sinus on my right side. But the question is if I repair the sinus and do what I need to do, would my eye go back into place? Is there a possibility? Do I definitely need the re-constructive surgery?

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