• trauma
  • however, it may be associated with high blood pressure, trauma to the eye, or a base of skull fracture if there is no posterior border of the hemorrhage visible. (wikipedia.org)
  • space
  • In later variations, the injection of tPA and air into the clot is practiced to reduce the buoyancy of the hemorrhage within the subretinal space, allowing it to displace inferiorly away from the fovea. (news-medical.net)
  • internal
  • A hemorrhage, which may be internal or external, is often caused by injury or surgical complications or from advanced disease. (nih.gov)
  • itself
  • To address this concern, tPA was injected subretinally into the clot itself, followed by the pneumatic displacement of the liquefied hemorrhage through injected air. (news-medical.net)