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Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, ISSN 1469-493X, 01/2019, Volume 2019, Issue 1, p. CD005431
Background Traumatic hyphema is the entry of blood into the anterior chamber (the space between the cornea and iris) subsequent to a blow or a projectile... 
Aspirin | Bed Rest | Bandages | Patient Positioning | Adrenal Cortex Hormones | Hyphema | Eye Injuries | Tranexamic Acid | Visual Acuity | Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic | Wounds, Nonpenetrating | Antifibrinolytic Agents | Mydriatics | Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors | Estrogens, Conjugated (USP) | Eyes & vision | Medicine General & Introductory Medical Sciences | Aminocaproic Acid | Adrenal Cortex Hormones [therapeutic use] | Aspirin [therapeutic use] | Humans | Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors [therapeutic use] | SECONDARY HEMORRHAGE | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | Patient Positioning [methods] | STREPTOKINASE | SICKLED ERYTHROCYTES | Hyphema [etiology; therapy] | GLAUCOMA | Estrogens, Conjugated ( USP) [therapeutic use] | TOPICAL AMINOCAPROIC ACID | RISK | Wounds, Nonpenetrating [complications] | CHILDREN | TRANEXAMIC ACID | Mydriatics [therapeutic use] | Aminocaproic Acid [therapeutic use] | OUTPATIENT MANAGEMENT | Antifibrinolytic Agents [therapeutic use] | UROKINASE | Antifibrinolytic Agents - therapeutic use | Wounds, Nonpenetrating - complications | Eye Injuries - complications | Tranexamic Acid - therapeutic use | Adrenal Cortex Hormones - therapeutic use | Mydriatics - therapeutic use | Estrogens, Conjugated (USP) - therapeutic use | Patient Positioning - methods | Aminocaproic Acid - therapeutic use | Aspirin - therapeutic use | Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors - therapeutic use | Child | Hyphema - therapy | Hyphema - etiology
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Digital journal of ophthalmology : DJO, ISSN 1542-8958, 2015, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 9
The left ventricular assist device (LVAD) has been a standard of care for the management of patients with advanced heart failure since the 1990s. An increased... 
Heart Failure - therapy | Ventricular Dysfunction, Left - therapy | Postoperative Complications - etiology | Pupil Disorders - etiology | Humans | Eye Pain - etiology | Male | Aged | Heart-Assist Devices - adverse effects | Ocular Hypertension - etiology | Vitreous Hemorrhage - etiology | Hyphema - etiology
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Hong Kong Medical Journal, ISSN 1024-2708, 2014, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 261 - 263
Three cases of juvenile xanthogranuloma from two ophthalmology departments were reviewed. Clinical histories, ophthalmic examination, physical examination,... 
MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | Glaucoma - etiology | Eyelid Diseases - etiology | Xanthogranuloma, Juvenile - complications | Humans | Eye Diseases - etiology | Eyelid Diseases - congenital | Eyelids - abnormalities | Astigmatism - etiology | Child, Preschool | Infant | Male | Hyphema - etiology
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