Information and Potential Solutions
Myectomy is a surgical procedure for blepharospasm patient (blepharos).
A limited myectomy is the removal of excess skin and underlying orbicularis muscle in the
upper eyelids. While nearly all patients improve in the short term, virtually all patients found
it not to continue.
A full myectomy is the removal of almost all of the squeezing muscles of the upper eyelids.
The results for most patients were good but he healing time is significant. These
procedures were prior to the acceptance of botulinum toxin. Being a blepharo, I tried the
toxin several times and then decided to discontinue for a number of reasons. It was shortly
thereafter that I found a naturally nutritious aquatic food that almost completely eliminated
my symptoms. Now it is 16 years later and I am happy to report I am still near symptom-free.
Opting for surgery should be a last option and I am happy to offer you a healthy option that
helped me. The company who harvests and processes the food since 1982, has had many
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To me this is a no-brainer and I am dedicated to try and help all
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Steve Zarren, President
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