subhyaloid


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sub·hy·a·loid

(sŭb-hī'ă-loyd),
Beneath, on the vitreous side of, the hyaloid (vitreous) membrane.

subhyaloid

(sŭb-hī′ă-loyd) [″ + Gr. hyalos, glass, + eidos, form, shape]
Beneath the hyaloid membrane.
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In order to identify the high risk patients he mentioned associated LOC, diplopia, seizure or focal neurological signs, personal and family history of SAH, polycystic kidney disease, retinal or subhyaloid haemorrhage, neck rigidity.
6,7,8,9,10) The main retinal injuries reported related to class IIIA lasers are retinal pigment epithelium alterations; subretinal, intraretinal, subhyaloid and vitreous hemorrhages; epiretinal membrane; and full-thickness macular holes.
9) of seven cases of intraocular hemorrhage associated with high-power lasers, five patients developed subhyaloid hemorrhage and two patients sub-ILM hemorrhage.
Subhyaloid hemorrhage was noticed in both eyes masking the fovea.
Funduscopy revealed absorbing subhyaloid hemorrhages, however, the intra-retinal hemorrhages disappeared completely.
During the course of illness, outpatient developed retinal manifestations of cerebral malaria in the form of widespread hemorrhages and bilateral subhyaloid hemorrhages.
It included 30 eyes of 30 patients with subhyaloid hemorrhage due to different causes which underwent Nd: Yag laser sublyaloidotomy
Conclusion: Nd: Yag laser hyloidotomy is an excellent technique for management of Subhyaloid hemorrhage with early visual recovery provided there is no macular pathology.
Pre-retinal Subhyaloid hemorrhage or sub internal limiting membrane hemorrhage may occur after retinal vascular rupture associated with physical exertion, increased venous pressure (valsalva maneuvere) or various retinal vascular disorders.
Ayni seansda subhyaloid hemoraji gelisti ve Nd: YAG laser ile posrerior hyaloidotomi yapilarak drene edildi, izlem doneminde gorme keskinliginde artis, hemorajide cekilme goruldu.
0-mJ, suddenly subhyaloid hemorrhage developed overlying the occluded vessel area (Figure 2).
One patient developed a large subhyaloid hemorrhage in an area corresponding to the vascular supply of the occluded BRA.