Neonatal hyphema in precipitous delivery with dinoprostone.

Abstract

Few cases of isolated hyphema in the newborn have been reported. Spontaneous hyphema in a neonate has been associated with juvenile xanthogranuloma, leukaemia, and retinoblastoma. We report a case and review the literature of neonatal hyphema associated with precipitous vaginal delivery induced with dinoprostone. 

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@article{Misra2003NeonatalHI, title={Neonatal hyphema in precipitous delivery with dinoprostone.}, author={Aseema Misra and Patrick O Watts}, journal={Journal of AAPOS : the official publication of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus}, year={2003}, volume={7 3}, pages={213-4} }