Subhyaloid Hemorrhage, Traumatic Macular Hole, and Electric Burn
Part of the Retina Atlas book series (RA)
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Subhyaloid hemorrhage can be described as the accumulation of blood and its confinement under hyaloid, which can cause severe visual impairment if located at macular region (Fig. 8.1).
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