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Expulsive hemorrhage report of 5 cases


, : Expulsive hemorrhage report of 5 cases. Annals of Ophthalmology 10(9): 1269-1271

Five cases [human] of expulsive hemorrhage occurring over a period of 1 yr were reviewed. Two cases occurred during a trabeculectomy procedure. There appeared to be multiple factors playing a role in the etiology of expulsive hemorrhage. There was not a single common factor among these 5 cases, except for the conjectural presence of some kind of vascular disease. There were some important factors that may have played a role, e.g., glaucoma, hypertension, vascular disease and general anesthesia (and sudden decompression of the globe).

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