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How do medications treat Goldenhar syndrome?

Medications are not used to treat Goldenhar syndrome. Surgery is often required to treat abnormal tissue and bone disorders caused by this birth defect. Talk to your doctor about medications for pain management and or pre- or post-operative care.

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