hyphema


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Noun1.hyphema - bleeding into the interior chamber of the eye
bleeding, haemorrhage, hemorrhage - the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel
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Hyphäma

hy·phe·ma

n. hifema.
1. ojo inyectado;
2. sangramiento en la cámara anterior del ojo.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

hyphema

n hipema m
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May include intraocular foreign bodies Non-perforating Perforating: same object causes entry and exit wounds Table 2 Ocular examination following ocular trauma Anatomical What to specifically look out for region Visual acuity Compared to baseline (if known) Intraocular Raised IOP secondary to a traumatic uveitis or pressure hyphema blocking the trabecular meshwork.
Hyphema was observed in 8 cases (11%) and all of them had scleral tunnel surgery.
Cavan Burns, 17, almost lost the sight in his left eye after a freak training injury left him needing treatment for Hyphema.
However, hyphema, mild aqueous flare consistent with anterior uveitis, and 2 air bubbles in the anterior chamber (Fig 1 A) obscured the left pupil, precluding fundic examination on that side.
Short-term hypotony lasting for <2 weeks was observed in 2 patients (6.6%), and 1 patient (3.3%) with neovascular glaucoma had transient hyphema. Hyphema resolved within 1 month following treatment with observation.
After a careful screening, 436 patients were excluded because of at least one of the following: episcleritis, keratoconjunctivitis, keratitis, conjunctivitis, corneal ulcers, hyphema, vitreous degeneration, vitreous hemorrhage, and retinal neovascularization.
We did not observe other complications such as hyphema, iris prolapse, IOL drop, retinal detachment, and endophthalmitis.
but Nd: YAG laser has its own problems like corneal haze, uveitis, hyphema, lens pits, and retinal detachment and the most consistent complication is the post-capsulotomy rise in intraocular pressure (IOP).
After removal of the TM debris, a few viscoelastic materials were injected to minimize postoperative hyphema. The patients with visually significant cataracts received phacoemulsification with intraocular lens implantation immediately after Trabectome.
Other ocular complication found in these patients were Diploipa (19.23%), decreased visual acuity (17.3%), Enophthalmous (9.61%), Hyphema (5.76%) and blindness as 3.85%.
One of the more common serious presentations after blunt eye trauma is the presence of a hyphema due to a tear of the ciliary body or iris, resulting in the anterior chamber being filled with blood [10-13].
The left eye globe with hyphema was protruded from the orbital space and attached to the optic nerve (Figure 1).