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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Subhyaloid haemorrhages may be present in some cases.
Premacular haemorrhage may develop secondary to Valsalva retinopathy while sub-ILM haemorrhage is more common than subhyaloid haemorrhage [6].
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.
Subhyaloid hemorrhage was noticed in both eyes masking the fovea.
The projection of the evacuation of blood from subhyaloid space and the full thickness retinal hole formation were same (Figure 5).
(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.
Complications of Diabetic Retinopathy: Vitreous hemorrhage, Tractional RD, Combined tractional and rhegmatogenous RD, Premacular subhyaloid haemorrhage.
Objective: To evaluate the efficacy, visual outcome and complication following Nd:Yag laser hyaloidtomy for subhyaloid hemorrhage.
(c) Duke Elder mentions "In cases of subarachnoid Haemorrhage the rupture of a subhyaloid haemorrhage may result in a considerable infiltration of the vitreous" among the causes of vitreous haemorrhage [2].
Since the patient was very apprehensive and requested aggressive treatment, YAG laser hyaloidotomy/membranotomy was done with Zeiss Visuals[R] YAG III machine with a single shot of 8mJ applied over inferonasal border of the subhyaloid haemorrhage.
The fourth group of subhyaloid haemorrhages as described by Kauffman (1958) was not found in the present study.