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Expulsive choroidal hemorrhage an experimental study


, : Expulsive choroidal hemorrhage an experimental study. British Journal of Ophthalmology 66(1): 43-45

The closure of 2 or more vortex veins in rabbits' eyes results in a persistent rise in intraocular pressure. In these circumstances a small opening into the anterior chamber at the corneoscleral limbus resulted in an iris prolapse, while a larger limbal wound was immediately followed by a massive choroidal expulsive hemorrhage. Apparently, a definite and persistent rise in [human] intraocular pressure could be a sign of impaired venous outflow; the occurrence of an iris prolapse after a small limbal opening into the anterior chamber should prompt examinations of the fundus for choroidal complication. This is relevant to the mechanism of expulsive hemorrhage in man.

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