David Arquette's Right Eyebrow Paralyzed After Bone Tumour Surgery

by Tanya Thomas on  March 3, 2009 at 10:27 AM Celebrity Health News
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 David Arquette's Right Eyebrow Paralyzed After Bone Tumour Surgery
Following his surgery to remove a benign tumor, David Arquette is now unable to move his right eyebrow.

The actor recently dismissed reports that he had cosmetic surgery after he was spotted with a black eye.
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At the time, he also declined to comment on the surgery.

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However, now Arquette has revealed that doctors had to remove an osteoma, a bone tumour.

The treatment has left Arquette's eyebrow temporarily paralysed.

"I had an osteoma, I think it's called, so they took it out. I can't move my eyebrow yet," the Daily Express quoted U.S. talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.

"Its getting better, much better, but most of my friends are like, 'You used to move your eyebrows too much anyway.' No more James Dean cool guy stuff," he added.

Source: ANI
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