Hemorrhage within the anterior chamber of the eye; bloodshot.
Hemorrhage within the anterior chamber of the eye; bloodshot. NCI Thesaurus
Anterior Chamber Hemorrhage
A hyphema is bleeding into the front chamber (the fluid-filled space between the clear cornea and the colored iris) of the eye. Additional bleeding (rebleeding) may occur up to several days...
Postinjury accumulation of blood in the anterior chamber is one of the most challenging clinical problems encountered by the ophthalmologist. Even a small hyphema can be a sign of major...
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May 19, 2021 ... A hyphema is when blood collects inside the front of the eye and is usually caused by an injury to the eye. It is important to wear sports ...
Jan 18, 2019 ... Hyphema is defined as the presence of blood within the aqueous fluid of the anterior chamber. The most common cause of hyphema is trauma.
Hyphema of iris and ciliary body - ICD-9 CM Diagnosis Code: 364.41, ICD-10 CM Diagnosis Code: H21.0.
Jul 13, 2020 ... Traumatic hyphema, or blood in the anterior chamber, is a common complication of blunt or penetrating injury to the eye and can result in ...
May 29, 2014 ... Hyphema persisted for four weeks while sectorial iris atrophy became gradually apparent. Systemic prednisolone and valaciclovir resulted in ...
Jan 2, 2022 ... Hyphema is defined as accumulated red blood cells (RBC) in the anterior chamber of the eye. Blood must be grossly visible, ...
May 5, 2021 ... A hyphema is an accumulation of blood in the anterior chamber of the eye. This is the space between the cornea (front clear surface of the ...
Apr 16, 2015 ... Images in Clinical Medicine from The New England Journal of Medicine — Hyphema.
Dec 14, 2020 ... Hyphema is blood in the front area (anterior chamber) of the eye. The blood collects behind the cornea and in front of the iris.
Spontaneous hyphema in childhood, par- ticularly in infancy, is commonly attributed to juvenile xanthogranuloma of the iris. The.