Terson syndrome

Terson syndrome

(tĕr'sŏn),
vitreous, retinal, and subhyaloid hemorrhages associated with subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Terson syndrome

(tĕr'sŏn),
vitreous, retinal, and subhyaloid hemorrhages associated with subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Ter·son syn·drome

(ter-son[h]' sin'drōm)
Vitreous, retinal, and subhyaloid hemorrhages associated with subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Terson,

Albert, French ophthalmologist, 1867-1935.
Terson forceps
Terson glands - Synonym(s): conjunctival glands
Terson speculum
Terson syndrome - hemorrhage into the vitreous of the eye.
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Such cavities are known to occur following the resolution of sub-ILM bleed due to various cause including Valsalva retinopathy, (2) Terson syndrome, and also in some retinitis (3) cases.
Keywords: Valsalva retinopathy, Terson syndrome, sub-internal limiting membrane cavity, central serous chorioretinopathy, retinitis
We had already excluded such cavities which are known to occur following the resolution of sub-ILM hemorrhage due to various causes including Valsalva retinopathy, (2,3) Terson syndrome, or retinitis (4) as the author mentioned.
Terson syndrome is a vitreous hemorrhage that occurs after intracranial hemorrhages (subarachnoid or subdural) and generally visual deficit or low vision is observed.
Key Words: Terson syndrome, subarachnoid hemorrhage, pars plana vitrectomy
Indications and results of vittectomy in Terson syndrome.
Bilateral subintetnal limiting membtane hemorrhage with Terson syndrome.
Referral delay and ocular surgical outcome in Terson syndrome.
Outcome of vitrecromy in patients with Terson syndrome.
Outcome indicators for vittectomy in Terson syndrome.