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Injury with ball 01 dayRE
LID EDEMA chemosis ECCHYMOSIS SUB CONJUNCTIVAL HAEMORRHAGE in Right eye SUB Macular haemorrhage in Righteye Refractive error in Left eye
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Dr. Vaibhev Mittal
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Hello dear...i have seen ur reports...u have submacular hemorrhage in right eye...u must get FFA and OCT in right eye as advised and treatment will depend upon result of those tests
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Dr. Chethan R S
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The skin of the eyelids is not thick, and there is only a thin layer of connective tissue between the skin and the underlying muscular layer. This lean and loose layer of connective tissue is where accumulation of fluid, such as blood, happens following injuries. Consult Ophthalmologist for further evaluation and treatment...
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