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SRHSexual and Reproductive Health
SRHSelf-Reported Health (public health)
SRHSouthern Region Headquarters (US NOAA)
SRHSafely Remove Hardware
SRHService des Ressources Humaines
SRHSupporting Radical Habits (clothing & music)
SRHStiftung Rehabilitation Heidelberg (German: Heidelberg Rehabilitation Foundation; Heidelberg, Germany)
SRHShockley-Read-Hall (recombination/statistics)
SRHSinging River Hospital (Pascagoula, MS)
SRHSir Rowland Hill Ltd. (Germany)
SRHSmall Rural Hospital (classification)
SRHSociété des Régates du Havre (French: Regatta Society Havre; Havre, France)
SRHSelf Regional Healthcare (South Carolina)
SRHSyndicat des Radiologues Hospitaliers (French: Union of Hospital Radiologists; est. 1994)
SRHSomatotropin Releasing Hormone
SRHSociete de Refinancement Hypothecaire (French: Mortgage Refinance Company; Algeria)
SRHStoners Reeking Havoc
SRHSupport Radical Habits
SRHSperm Retention Headache
SRHSubretinal Hemorrhage (bleeding under the retina)
SRHStoners Reaking Havoc
SRHState Registered Hairdresser (UK)
SRHSlow Reversal-Hold (PNF technique)
SRHStoners Reek Havoc (Kottonmouth Kings album)
SRHSociété Royale d'Harmonie
SRHSpanton Residence Hall (University of Akron)
SRHSequential Rough Handling
SRHSecret Raccoon Handshake
SRHStepped Rectangular Horn (antenna)
SRHSo-Cal Ruthless Hardcore
SRHSiem Reap Airways, Cambodia (ICAO code)
SRHSanta Rita High School (Tucson, AZ)
SRHSaints Reeking Havoc (gaming)
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The incidence of RPE tear and [greater than or equal to] 1 disc area extent of subretinal hemorrhage was also compared.
As a macular finding, foveal subretinal hemorrhage is not uncommon in RVO and may cause subsequent damage to the foveal photoreceptor layer [55, 56].
In 1980, Annesley (4) named the condition of subRPE and/or subretinal hemorrhage with subretinal exudation as the term used today, 'PEHC'.
In addition, ODD may cause anterior ischemic neuropathy, central retinal vein occlusion, repeated episodes of transient vision loss, optic nerve atrophy, venous occlusion, juxtapapillary choroidal neovascular membrane formation leading to subretinal hemorrhage and other complications [4, 7, 9, 11].
Vitreous hemorrhage and subretinal hemorrhage have also been described [5].
We report a patient with papilledema due to IIH that developed peripapillary subretinal neovascular membrane (PSRNVM) with an associated acute subretinal hemorrhage that resolved without adverse effects after treatment with bevacizumab.
There are several other complications associated with intravitreal bevacizumab injection such as retinal detachment, retinal pigment epithelial tear, acute vision loss, central retinal artery occlusion, mild surface discomfort, progressive subretinal hemorrhage, cataract progression, transient hypotony which were observed in studies of Wu et al8 and Fung et al.9 None of these complications were observed in our study.
Fundoscopic examination revealed subretinal hemorrhage, predominantly at the macular and posterior pole, and a large pool of blood between the retina and the vitreous base (Lancet 2005;365:330).
At her 1-month follow-up, the visual acuity of the right eye improved from 20/70 to 20/40, with resolution of subretinal hemorrhage and near resolution of CME.
There was subretinal hemorrhage (white arrow) in the macular area of the right eye at the initial examination (a).
observed subretinal hemorrhage and hemorrhagic/ serous retinal pigment epithelium detachment (71.4%), lipid exudation (52.4%), chronic retinal pigment epithelium alterations (23.8%), subretinal fibrosis (9.5%) and intravitreal hemorrhage (4.8%) localized to the temporal quadrant.