Retinal haemorrhage

What is Retinal haemorrhage?

Retinal hemorrhage means a bleed in the retina either due to leaky blood vessels or weak blood vessels that bleed due to increased pressures in the orbit.

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bleeding retinaRecently at an eye doctor appointment the eye doctor noticed I had areas of bleeding on my retina. What kind of test, procedures, &...

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Retinal hemorrhage is the abnormal bleeding of the blood vessels in the retina, the membrane in the back of the eye....

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I have a vitreous (retinal)hemorrhage at present, being monitored.(diagnosed 4 days ago) I had a retinal detachment in same eye 2 yrs ago treated...

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1. The vitreous haemorrhage you are talking about is caused by the rupture of small blood vessels passing over the tears...

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CAUSE AND TREATMENT FOR RETINAL HAEMORRHAGE

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Any bleeding of the blood vessels in the retina,which is a membrane on the inside surface of  back of eyes is called...

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