eye injury


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eye injury

Emergency medicine Trauma impacting on the eye; 5% EIs are severe and include intraocular foreign bodies, ruptured globe, hyphema, orbital fractures. Cf Anterior segment.
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you simply cannot exclude the possibility of a low-level fall being the cause of the subdural haemorrhage and the eye injury on November 21.
Chemical-related eye injuries involved splashes of liquid agricultural chemicals (two cases) and fungicidal dust (one case); the fourth incident involved discovery of an eye injury in a child who had exited a chemical storage shed, although the details of the injury could not be ascertained.
But what many people don't realize is slips and falls are one of the most common causes of eye injury in the home.
Robshaw got an ugly eye injury in Quins' game against London Irish but is expected to be fit for duty.
The man was left with a serious eye injury which is still affecting his vision although he is now out of hospital.
But the slightest eye injury is enough to scare even the toughest player.
Maura knows all too well how quickly an eye injury like Noah's can happen.
HAVING fully recovered from the eye injury sustained on Ireland duty during the Six Nations, Tomas O'Leary is back into contention for Munster selection this week and could feature against the Ospreys on Saturday.
Michael Pert, defending, referred to evidence given by Dr Robert Sunderland, a consultant pediatrician at Birmingham Children's Hospital, who said a sub-dural haemorrhage, and the eye injury, could be caused by a low level fall.
BURBANK - A Burbank police detective suffered a minor eye injury on New Year's Day while working with a group of officers to disperse partygoers who tried to prevent them from arresting a suspected drunk man, officials said Wednesday.
In a joint policy statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Ophthalmology, it is highlighted that appropriate eye protectors can reduce the risk of significant eye injury by at least 90% when properly fitted.
Tomas O'Leary, who missed the Scotland and Wales games with a back spasm, was ruled out with an eye injury picked up in training yesterday.