subconjunctival


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subconjunctival

 [sub″kon-jungk-ti´val]
beneath the conjunctiva.

sub·con·junc·ti·val

(sŭb'kon-jungk-tī'văl),
Beneath the conjunctiva.

subconjunctival

/sub·con·junc·ti·val/ (sub″kon-jungk-ti´val) beneath the conjunctiva.

subconjunctival

pertaining to the zone beneath the conjunctiva, e.g. subconjunctival hemorrhage, subconjunctival infection.
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Our study showed atonic pupil, subconjunctival hemorrhage, chemosis, diplopia and muscle weakness as the major complications of the procedure.
Subconjunctival haemorrhage (40%) was the most common clinical manifestation followed by traumatic vitreous haemorrhage (28.
The last two steps of subconjunctival corticosteroid injection and hydratization of incisions, and the first two steps of corneal incision and paracentesis were easiest to perform, yielding a nearly 100% completion rate, while hydrodissection, irrigation/aspiration and intraocular lens insertion had difficulty rates of 3.
She was given monthly subconjunctival injections into the right eye with TA for 4 months.
The surgery was accomplished by employing topical tetracaine and subconjunctival 2% lidocaine.
The acquisition of AqueSys adds XEN45, a soft shunt that is implanted in the subconjunctival space in the eye through a minimally invasive procedure with a single use, pre-loaded proprietary injector.
The XEN45 technology facilitates aqueous fluid flow to lower IOP while protecting against the potential for hypotony that is associated with current subconjunctival procedures.
Sentinel injuries--designed to flag injuries that are unusual for the child's age--included rib fracture, abdominal trauma, genital injury, or subconjunctival hemorrhage for children under 24 months; femur /humerus fracture, radius/ ulna / tibia/ fibula fracture, isolated skull fracture or intracranial hemorrhage for children under 12 months; and bruising, burns, or oropharyngeal injury for children under 6 months.
I diagnosed a subconjunctival haemorrhage which is a small bleed which requires no treatment.
Most common anterior segment findings were subconjunctival hemorrhage in 55 patients (45.
Excessive venous pressures cause the major manifestation of asphyxia, and the characteristic signs include facial and upper chest petechiae, subconjunctival hemorrhages, cervical cyanosis, and neurological signs due to cerebral edema and temporary loss of vision as a result of retinal edema.
External signs include chemosis, external ophthalmoplegia, increased resistance to retropulsion, orbital ecchymosis, proptosis, and subconjunctival hemorrhage.