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Synonyms for retinal

either of two yellow to red retinal pigments formed from rhodopsin by the action of light

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In the image without CRVO (A), the deep convolution neural network focused on the optic disc (blue), whereas in the image with CRVO (B), the model focused on the optic disc and on the retinal hemorrhages (blue) (D).
(a) Case 1 exhibited bilateral central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) and optic nerve head edema with diffuse peripheral and central retinal hemorrhages that were accompanied by a large vitreous hemorrhage.
Evaluation and management of retinal hemorrhages in infants with and without abusive head trauma.
"For example, we commonly have found patients who have a retinal hemorrhage or some other finding, and that problem has been the first sign of a systemic disease, like diabetes.
Keywords: Child abuse, head trauma, retinal hemorrhage
[3-9] The main ocular manifestations included conjunctival hemorrhages, macular edema, and retinal hemorrhages. Less common features included exudative retinal detachment, anterior uveitis, periphlebitis, branch retinal vein occlusion, and vitreous hemorrhage.
Examination of the eye fundus confirmed the presence of retinal hemorrhage. Therefore, all evidence pointed to a diagnosis of shaken baby syndrome (SBS).
Her clinical course was complicated by vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium bacteremia, meningitis, and concomitant noncommunicating hydrocephalus and retinal hemorrhages. The bone marrow did not reconstitute, and 35 days after the initial transplant, the patient received a second SCT from the same donor after a conditioning regimen with antithymocyte globulin.
Retinal hemorrhages were also observed in the peripheries of both eyes.
Before the start of the Blantyre Malaria Project, Susan Lewallen, MD, an ophthalmologist also working in Malawi, was asked by Dr Taylor to fully examine the eyes of patients with CM, as retinal hemorrhages had been reported by previous investigators.
In about 15% patients of cerebral malaria, retinal hemorrhages are seen (1).
Retinal hemorrhages and macular edema decreased clinically on examination on consecutive follow up visits.