Enlarging fundal hemorrhage in Terson's syndrome.


Serial photographs of an enlarging fundal hemorrhage were taken in a 44-year-old man with a subarachnoid hemorrhage. Although clipping surgery was done successfully 17 hours after onset, the patient developed impaired vision on the third postoperative day. Funduscopic examination can document the exact moment when enlarging subhyaloid hemorrhage extends… (More)


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@article{Kashihara1989EnlargingFH, title={Enlarging fundal hemorrhage in Terson's syndrome.}, author={Kenichi Kashihara and Tetsumori Yamashima and Hiromu Ito and Shiro Higashi and Satoshi Yamamoto}, journal={Annals of ophthalmology}, year={1989}, volume={21 2}, pages={59-60, 64} }