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Subconjunctival Hemorrhage

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  • Subconjuctival hemorrhage occurs when small blood vessels in the white part of the eye bleed, resulting in patches of redness (blood) in the white (conjunctiva) of the eye.

  • Often unknown
  • Violent coughing or sneezing
  • Eye injury
  • Inflammation
  • Violent pressure on a newborn baby during delivery
  • Severe sneezing
  • Severe coughing
  • Blood dyscrasia

  • A bright red sickle-shaped or triangle-shaped patch at the margin where the cornea meets the white of the eye

  • Made by physician examination

  • None.  It should resolve in 2-3 days without treatment.  If the patient is taking a blood thinning medication (e.g., aspirin or Coumadin), the physician (only should be done with a physician's advice) may temporarily discontinue this medication.

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