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Vitreous Hemorrhage

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  • Vitreous hemorrhage is a condition caused by bleeding in the eye.  The blood in the eye affects vision.  This condition requires emergency medical attention.

  • Sudden loss of vision
  • Suddenly seeing "floaters" or "spots" in the eye
  • Some patients may even see "bleeding in the eye"
  • Vision may be normal
  • There may be difficulty being able to tell light from dark.

  • Causes include diabetic complications in the eye, tearing or detachment of the retina (the part in the back of the eye involved with seeing), ruptured blood vessels in the eye, changes in the eye due to old age, problems with the body's ability to form blood clots, or bleeding in the brain.

  • Examination -- the doctor uses a special instrument to look into the eye.

  • This condition requires immediate medical attention.  Go to the nearest emergency room or doctor's office.
  • Once the diagnosis is made, treatment depends on the cause of the problem.

  • Retinal tear
  • Trauma to the eye





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