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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Hyphema (hemorrhage into the anterior chamber of the eye), as the result of blunt injury to the eye, carries a potential danger of visual loss if not properly treated. This review of cases seen in the MCV Hospitals over the last decade lists some of the complications and stresses some of the important factors in the management.
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