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Black Eye     
When we are injured by a blow to a body part, for example, if we fall and hit an arm against a railing or other object, the likely result is a bruise, which is caused by broken blood vessels under the skin and bleeding into the tissue in the area. Swelling, a dark blue-black coloration and soreness in the area are common results. The medical term for a bruise is  hematoma . A  black eye  is also a bruise, and often results from a blunt blow to the area of the face around the e... Read More
 
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