Ophthalmoscope view of cricket ball eye injury

Ophthalmoscope view of cricket ball eye injury

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Caption: Cricket ball injury to eye. Ophthalmoscope view of the injured retina in the eye of a patient due to impact by a cricket ball. A normal retina is uniformly pink. Here, the retina has detached in two places (upper right and lower left). The macula, the most light-sensitive region of the eye, is considerably darkened (at right) and much sub-retinal bleeding is seen around the retina. This kind of injury can result in damaged vision or blindness.

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Keywords: condition, cricket bal, cricket ball, disorder, eye, eye injury, fundoscopy, healthcare, injury, medical, medicine, ophthalmoscopy, retina, sport injury

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