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.

hyphema

n hipema m
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After removal of the TM debris, a few viscoelastic materials were injected to minimize postoperative hyphema.
On physical examination, the right eye (OD) appeared normal, but the OS exhibited moderate exophthalmos, periocular swelling, mild corneal hemorrhage, and mild hyphema.
The two adult patients had uveitis as well as hyphema.
Traumatic manifestations to the anterior segment vary in severity and prognosis and range from corneal abrasion, hyphema, corneal tear, and angle damage leading to secondary glaucoma.
On physical examination, he was vitally stable with his right pupil constricted and did not have any associated injuries like oedema, bruising or hyphema.
Patients will be able to take images in cases of anterior segment traumas, blepharitis, hordeolum, keratitis, conjunctivitis, and hyphema.
Another study reported the occurrence of secondary hyphema in PPM (SAARI, 1975); however, in the present study, we reported no signals of glaucoma ou hyphema.
4), and one patient had hyphema, which resolved during the first postoperative week (Fig.
Shihaden W, Ritch R, Liebman J (2006) Hyphema occurring during selective laser trabeculoplasty.
The common ocular affections recorded in cattle and buffaloes are conjunctivitis, keratitis, sub-conjunctival abscess, prolapsed of nictitating glands, hyphema and cataract (Misk, 1993).
Parameters affecting the final visual outcome were recorded and assessed; and they included type of injury, initial VA, posterior extent injury, length of wound, lens injury, hyphema, and presence of vitreous prolapse.
The popular 72-Test forward suffered an accidental poke in the eye during a line-out against the ACT Brumbies in April and had developed a condition called microscopic hyphema, in which blood cells appear in front of the lens, affecting vision.