subconjunctival


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Related to subconjunctival: Subconjunctival hemorrhage
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subconjunctival

adj subconjuntival
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It explains the normal LASIK procedure, then details complications like loss of suction, air bubbles in the anterior chamber, buttonholed flaps and vertical gas breakthrough, opaque bubble layer, free flaps, flap tears, incomplete flaps, irregular flaps, epithelial defects, thin and thick flaps, decentered flaps, subconjunctival hemorrhage and bleeding, and the management of postoperative complications, with discussion of etiology, incidence, and prevention.
Ergozen describes a patient with subconjunctival hemorrhage associated with ocular barotrauma resulting from the use of swimming goggles during breath-hold diving, and presents preventative measures that can be taken to avoid this traumatic side effect of pressure changes while diving (see pages 296-297).
On physical examination, he was afebrile and had subconjunctival hemorrhages, normal prosthetic heart sounds, and 10-cm splenomegaly.
Common complications were a tonic pupil, subconjunctival haemorrhage, chemosis, weakness of recti and diplopia.
Initial BCVA, eyelid and adnexal injuries, subconjunctival haemorrhage and conjunctival lacerations, presence or absence of corneal or sclera perforation, hyphaema, iris injuries and RAPD were included in the examination.
She was moderately icteric, had left subconjunctival haemorrhage, mild right sided facial and neck swelling with raised temperature and mild erythema.
was injected into the subconjunctival area at 3 mm above the upper edge of the everted tarsus.
The patient underwent trabeculectomy in her left eye with 2% lidocaine jelly and subconjunctival 1% lidocaine with monitored anesthetic care at 24 weeks of gestation.
Other associated symptoms include subconjunctival haemorrhage, episceral haemorrhage, hyphema or exposure keratopathy.
Conjunctival erosion from the eyelid fixing tape used during application and subconjunctival hemorrhage from compression during removal of the extensions has been also reported.
Sentinel injuries--designed to flag injuries that are unusual for the child's age--included rib fracture, abdominal trauma, genital injury, or subconjunctival hemorrhage for children under 24 months; femur/humerus fracture, radius/ulna/tibia /fibula fracture, isolated skull fracture, or intracranial hemorrhage for children under 12 months; and bruising, burns, or oropharyngeal injury for children under 6 months.