The bleeding caused in the anterior chamber of the eye is known as hyphema. The bleeding can be caused due to injury or trauma to the eye. Eye pain and blurred vision are experienced by patients with hyphema.
HOW IS HYPHEMA DIAGNOSED?
An Ophthalmologist diagnoses Hyphema by conducting a physical examination, detailed eye check-up to examine the eye, and eye pressure check.
HOW IS HYPHEMA TREATED?
In most cases the treatment includes eye drops to help in clearing out the blood clotting or collection. The patient can be asked to wear patches, restrict turning the eye at certain angles and maintain healthy body pressure too.
DID YOU KNOW?
Complications of Hyphema result in permanent vision loss