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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During the workshop, Dr Shadi al-Ashwal, ophthalmologist at the MoPH, presented various lectures on the common eye diseases and eye trauma, as well as how to deal and refer such cases.
During the workshop, Dr Shadi al Ashwal, an ophthalmologist at MoPH, highlighted common eye diseases and eye trauma and how to deal and refer such cases.
It can stem from an eye injury or eye trauma, such as from being hit in the eye.
The burden of eye trauma on societies is well documented.
Operational definitions of ocular trauma given by the World Health Organization and Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology System [9] followed Flowchart 1.
Jean Deysel was also withdrawn from the team last night after suffering minor eye trauma in training.
In addition to age and gender, risk factors include excessive exposure to ultraviolet-B radiation from sunlight, a family history of cataracts, infection, diabetes, eye trauma, and smoking.
Moreover, Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology (BETTS) is the standardized and acceptable classification of mechanical eye injuries which is not followed in the study.
The injury types and zones of the open globes were classified according to Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology System.
Ocular injuries are classified into closed-globe and open-globe injuries according to the Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology (BETT).
In the differential diagnosis of pupil dilatation, occurrence of tears in the iris sphincter caused by blunt eye trauma should be considered.
Classification of open globe injury in this study was made according to the Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology.