Practice diagnosis and treatment of sub-conjunctival haemorrhage

2021-02-05 12:00 AM

The disease does not affect vision and the patient is not afraid of light, the pupils are completely normal.

Causes and diagnosis

Subjunctively haemorrhage is a very common case, with no obvious cause. The disease makes the eyes red but completely painless, no eye use (droop), does not damage the eyes. The disease does not affect vision and the patient is not afraid of light, the pupils are completely normal.

Treatment

The disease usually goes away quickly, without any treatment. However, it is necessary to follow-up to promptly differential diagnosis if there is another eye disease.