Sub-Conjunctival Haemorrhage


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A sub-conjunctival haemorrhage is a condition where small blood vessels in the conjunctiva rupture, causing the sclera to appear red. In laser eye surgery it is usually caused by the suction cup that is used to immobilise the eye when cutting the cornea.






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