ⓘ Retinal haemorrhage

                                     

ⓘ Retinal haemorrhage

Retinal haemorrhage is a disorder of the eye in which bleeding occurs in the retina, the light sensitive tissue, located on the back wall of the eye. There are photoreceptor cells in the retina called rods and cones, which transduce light energy into nerve signals that can be processed by the brain to form visual images. Retinal hemorrhage can affect adults, and newborn babies and infants may also suffer from this disorder.

Also bleeding in the retina can be caused by several diseases such as arterial hypertension, Central retinal vein occlusion blockage of the retinal veins, anemia, diabetes, leukemia or.

                                     
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  • cases. Retinal artery occlusion such as central retinal artery occlusion or branch retinal artery occlusion leads to rapid death of retinal cells, thereby
  • Central retinal artery occlusion CRAO is a disease of the eye where the flow of blood through the central retinal artery is blocked occluded There
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  • later turn to the typical well - circumscribed patches after absorption of haemorrhage and a pigmented scar remains. As in macular degeneration, central sight
  • cause. Blockage of a vein in the retina can cause engorgement of the other retinal veins causing them to leak fluid under or into the retina. The blockage
  • for psychological hallucinations, but are actually the result of both retinal detachment and foreign fluids mechanically interacting with the photoreceptors
  • to endothelial damage of retinal capillaries, that is when there is dysfunction and disruption of the endothelium of retinal capillaries. Looking through