ⓘ Hyphema

                                     

ⓘ Hyphema

Hyphema is blood in the front chamber of the eye. It may appear as a reddish tinge, or it may appear as a small pool of blood at the bottom of the iris or in the cornea.

                                     
  • causing accumulation of blood in anterior chamber of the eye, also known as hyphema This condition is usually unilateral, and its symptoms vary from none
  • innermost surface, the endothelium. Hyphema anterior uveitis and glaucoma are three main pathologies in this area. In hyphema blood fills the anterior chamber
  • Iridodialyses often accompany angle recession and may cause glaucoma or hyphema Hypotony may also occur. Those with traumatic iridodialyses particularly
  • affect their vision. The presence of JXG in the eye can cause spontaneous hyphema secondary glaucoma or even blindness. It is most often seen in the iris
  • macular hemorrhage Subconjunctival hemorrhage under the conjunctiva Hyphema in the anterior chamber Vitreous hemorrhage into the vitreous Subretinal
  • Intravitreal antibiotics can be used if endophthalmitis is suspected. Hyphema Uveitis Huang, John H. Gaudio, Paul A., eds. 2010 Hypopyon Ocular
  • heterochromic iridocyclitis FHI It is described as presence of blood hyphema in the aspirated vitreous fluid, in paracentesis of the anterior chamber
  • raid the store of its musical equipment. This caused Stuart to receive hyphema in his left eye and put him into a coma. Murdoc was then arrested and sentenced
  • black eye injuries are not serious, bleeding within the eye, called a hyphema is serious and can reduce vision and damage the cornea. In some cases