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Bilateral Subinternal Limiting Membrane Hemorrhage with Terson Syndrome

Kubilhan Elmas, Özgür Bilen Basaran, Ali Altýnsoy (Ankara, Turkey) Purpose: To report the anatomic location of bilateral dome-shaped posterior pole hemorrhages in a patient with Terson syndrome. Methods: Case report. We performed bilateral vitrectomy for vitreous hemorrhage in a patient with Terson syndrome. After removal of vitreous hemorrhage, the tissue overlying a large discrete hemorrhage in the posterior pole was...

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Macular Involvement in Terson Syndrome


http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2010/congress/Hemorrhages.flv Ferenc Kuhn (Birmingham, AL, USA) Advantages: Knowing that hemorrhages can severely impact macular function and recognizing the type of macular pathology involved helps the surgeon deal with the macular complications correctly. Methods: Review of the author’s cases over a period exceeding two decades. Effectiveness / Safety:  Removal of the macular hemorrhages is a simple and...

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Macular Hole Due to Terson’s Syndrome

Willemine De Vries Knoppert, MD (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Peter Ringens, MD, PhD, PURPOSE: To report a case of a macular hole as a result of Terson’s syndrome and to postulate a new hypothesis regarding the mechanism of macular hole development. METHODS: A case report with clinical and surgical findings. RESULTS: A 57-year-old woman developed a subarachnoid haemorrhage with a subinternal limiting membrane (ILM) haemorrhage in the...

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Hemorrhagic Macular Cysts in Terson Syndrome

Ferenc Kuhn, Robert Morris, Viktoria Mester Purpose: To present the incidence, clinical appearance, surgical management, and prognosis of hemorrhagic macular cysts (HMC). Methods: Retrospective case series. Results: The incidence of HMC among patients with Terson syndrome was 42% (15 out of 36). In 11 eyes (73%) the cyst was submembranous (under the internal limiting membrane [ILM]). All cysts were removed without complication, and vision...

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