retinal hemorrhage


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retinal hemorrhage

Bleeding into the retina caused by diabetes mellitus, hypertension, or by blockage of the vein that drains blood from the retina.
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The doctors reported that the boy was brought with history of five to six days temperature and retinal hemorrhage.
The photos were checked for four types of retinopathy: arteriovenous nicking, focal arteriolar narrowing, retinal microaneurysms, and retinal hemorrhage. The presence of each one was given a score of 1, yielding a severity score of 0-4, with 4 meaning subjects had all four.
Ocular decompression retinopathy (ODR) is characterized by scattered retinal hemorrhage following acute reduction of intraocular pressure (IOP).[1] It is frequently associated with glaucoma-filtering surgery but also found in some of the other ocular surgeries such as vitrectomy and even in patients with IOP-lowering medication.[2] One of the possible underlying mechanisms could be the sudden increase in retinal intravascular flow as a result of hypotony and defective autoregulation of blood vessels.[3]
The consultant ophthalmologist reported fluffy lesions with diffuse retinal hemorrhage and patchy focal necrosis (brush fire pattern) in the right eye and normal left eye (Figure 1).
Blue was used to indicate the strength of DNN-based identification, and an increase in color intensity was observed in areas with retinal hemorrhage and at the focus points.
Rales, peripheral edema, retinal hemorrhage and acute mountain sickness.
Subdural hemorrhage (SDH) accompanied by retinal hemorrhage has many known causes including birth-related trauma and complications, central nervous system infections, and accidents.
The severe cortical cataracts and retinal hemorrhage indicated by loss of retinal reflex were considered to be responsible for the complete blindness (Fig.
We found a transient increase of CWS after anti-VEGF therapy in patients with CRVO, but macular edema, retinal hemorrhage, and visual acuity were improved in almost every case [82].
A particularly characteristic finding in WM is retinopathy (specifically, dilated retinal veins, retinal hemorrhage, and papilledema) [9, 10].
Bilateral dilated vitreous and retinal fundus (BDVRF) exam evaluated vitreous body, retinal vessels, optic disc, cup/disc ratio (horizontal and vertical), presence of macular degeneration, drusen, retinal edema or whitening, lipid exudates, retinal hemorrhage, retinal pigmentary epithelium (RPE) alteration, detachment or sensory retinal detachment, and optic nerve head abnormalities.
"For example, we commonly have found patients who have a retinal hemorrhage or some other finding, and that problem has been the first sign of a systemic disease, like diabetes.