Haemorrhage expulsion

Haemorrhage expulsion - sudden bleeding from long ciliary arteries of the eyes. Haemorrhage expulsion may occur during or after operations on the eyeball (e.g. cataract extraction). When hemorrhages expulsive blood pours out in such numbers that the vitreous body and retina and choroid popped out through the operating wound. This complication leads, almost as a rule, to the death of the eye.
In the treatment of hemorrhage expulsive urgently produce back trepanning sclera; in case of getting into the wound of internal membranes of eyes should imposition of cornea-scleral or scleral seams.