Doctor insights on:
Hyphema in eye after a month vision blur and close vision very unlike eye looks dilated and treatment pred forte , nepaflam, and bidin lstm?
Eye injury: It sounds like you had a significant eye injury that resulted in breaking some blood vessels in the front chamber of the eye. The resulting hyphema may take several weeks to resolve. Importantly, careful restricted activities, intensive ocular medications, and follow up care are essential to give your eye a chance to recover. Complications, such as glaucoma, cataract, failure of pupil to function. ...Read more
Blood in the eye is a condition in which a small blood vessel breaks open and bleeds near the surface of the white of the eye. It may occur without any injury and there is no pain or discharge. The blood will appear as a bright red patch on the white of the eye. Blood can also ...Read more
After an eight ball hyphema surgery and treatment, the left iris and pupil of the patient has turned white with the vision not clear. What do we do?
Cataract?: If the white area is only in the pupil, it's likely a traumatic cataract. Since there was trauma, the pupil is likely traumatized and dilated. If there is white covering both the iris and the pupil, its probably some sort of residual scarring as a result of the trauma. Both would need surgical correction. ...Read more
Better not to. : Resting the eye is very important for the hyphema to clear. Many ophthalmologists would recommend bed rest, or at least limited activity with elevation of the head as well. Reading and playing video games is also discouraged as rapid eye movement may cause re-bleeding. Further complications may occur which would put your vision at risk. Make sure you are under the care of an ophthalmologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Supposing somebody suffers a hyphema, but gets to the ER in like 20 minutes, can they be expected to regain full vision?
Very possible. : Hyphemas require urgent assessment by an ophthalmologist as they may result in permanent visual impairment. A long-standing hyphema may result in corneal and other eye tissue damage. Blood accumulation may also cause an elevation of the intraocular pressure. Most small, uncomplicated hyphemas resolve within a week. The key is to be under the careful care of an ophthalmologist as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer