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by B. von Barsewisch,O.-E. Lund

Perinatal Retinal Haemorrhages: Morphology, Aetiology and Significance epub ebook

Author: B. von Barsewisch,O.-E. Lund
Category: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (March 29, 1979)
Pages: 184 pages
ISBN: 354009167X
ISBN13: 978-3540091677
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Perinatal Retinal Haemorrhages. Morphology, Aetiology and Significance. First version written in German as, Munich.

Perinatal Retinal Haemorrhages. Bibliography: p. Includes index.

by B. von Barsewisch (Author),‎ . E. Retinal haemorrhage occurring during birth is a common feature in the newborn. There is no basic funduscopic or morphologic difference between this perinatal type of haemorrhage and that in the adult. The fIrst observation of perinatal haemorrhage took place nearly 100 years ago.

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Perinatal Retinal Haemorrhages : Morphology, Aetiology and Significance. By (author) Bernhard von Barsewisch, Foreword by . In its complex analysis of these facts and conditions this book is particularly valuable. Format Paperback 184 pages.

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Retinal haemorrhages occur when there is extra-vasation of blood, either into the retina itself (intraretinal), between the retina and . 8 Von Barsewisch B. Perinatal retinal haemorrhages: morphology, aetiology, and significance. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1979: 1-184

Retinal haemorrhages occur when there is extra-vasation of blood, either into the retina itself (intraretinal), between the retina and the retinal. pigment epithelium (subretinal), or between the retina and the hyaloid face of the vitreous body (subhyaloid or preretinal). The shape and colour of the haemorrhages are determined by the level or levels of the retina affected, and they are often. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1979: 1-184. 9 Besio R, Caballero C, Meerhoff E, Schwarcz R. Neonatal retinal haemorrhages in newborn infants.

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Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 61. /209/73

Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 61. /209/73. Personal Name: Barsewisch, Bernhard von, 1935-. Publication, Distribution, et. Berlin ; New York. Springer-Verlag, (c)1979. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Retinal hemorrhage can be divided into intravitreal, subhyaloid, subinner limiting membrane, superficial retinal, deep retinal, subretinal and subpigment epithelial hemorrhage. Each of these hemorrhages has a characteristic and recognizable appearance. Comprehending the classification and characteristic of retinal hemorrhage has important value in diagnosis, differential diagnosis and guideline for treatment. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

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Retinal haemorrhage occurring during birth is a common feature in the newborn. There is no basic funduscopic or morphologic difference between this perinatal type of haemorrhage and that in the adult. The difference is that perinatal haemorrhage resorbs rapidly, within a few days, and no functional defects of retinal vessels are known. The fIrst observation of perinatal haemorrhage took place nearly 100 years ago. Many observations have been published in short papers; what was still lacking was a systematic pathogenic classifIcation of the different types of haemorrhage, a compari­ son of the perinatal type of other types of retinal haemorrhage, a comparison to other perinatal ocular haemorrhages, a detailed histologic description and a multi-faceted correlation of haemorrhage to aetiologic factors. The author has based his comprehensive evaluation on the observation of more than 400 newborn infants, the reexamination of several cases with macular haemor­ rhage, the histologic work-up of serial sections and the review of extensive literature. It is a remarkable fact that a physiologic process, birth, is related to this type of vessel rupture, which is present during a short period of postnatal life. In its complex analysis of these facts and conditions this book is particularly valuable.
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