retinal haemorrhage


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retinal haemorrhage

Bleeding into the RETINA from any cause, such as diabetic RETINOPATHY, severe high blood pressure (HYPERTENSION) or occlusion of a retinal vein. Retinal haemorrhage obscures vision to a degree that depends on its severity. The cause must be investigated and, if possible, treated.

retinal haemorrhage

feature of background retinopathy in diabetic eye disease (see retinopathy)
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Ocular involvement is common in 30%--100% of these patients like hypertensive retinopathy, exudative retinal detachment, vitreous haemorrhage, retinal haemorrhage, ischaemic optic neuropathy and hypertensive choroidopathy.
Although visual loss is usually absent or limited but sometimes severe ocular complications occur like ischemic optic neuritis78 occlusion of central or branched retinal vessels9 Vogt-Koyanagi- Harada like disease aggravation of diabetic and hypertensive retinopathy panophthalmitis vitreous and pre retinal haemorrhage.
She also suffered from multi-layered retinal haemorrhage, which aroused a doctor's suspicions that she could have been subjected to abuse.
Pressed further on the phrasing used, he said he believed his officers had used the term retinal haemorrhage.
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Ms Tysiac suffered a retinal haemorrhage and her eyesight worsened drastically after she had her third baby, and she fears she may go blind.
When seen by a doctor, she had injuries to her rib cage, a fracture to her left shoulder, a leg injury and a retinal haemorrhage in her eye.
Medical evidence showed he also suffered a retinal haemorrhage and a number of bruises, which were "non-accidental" and consistent with a degree of force being used on him.
A BRVO is defined as an eye that has retinal haemorrhage or other evidence of retinal vein occlusion and a dilated venous system in 1 quadrant or less of retina.
Seventeen-month-old Finley Thomas suffered fractures to his ribs, retinal haemorrhage and his brain was covered in blood when he died, Cardiff Crown Court was told.
Tests found Mr Murdock had suffered a retinal haemorrhage - a massive bleed in the eye, suspected to be a complication caused by diabetes.
After 3 months, the visual symptoms might change due to decrease in retinal haemorrhage and macular oedema and would fail to provide any valid information about natural history of the disease.