Hyphema: Blood Collection at the anterior chamber -> hypertension
Iridodialysis: Disinsertion of the base of the iris
Iridodonesis: Epicentre of the iris in the eye movements -> subluxation of the lens
Edema Berlin edema of the posterior pole; it reflects a temporary circulatory functional disorder); the FO: milky veil with red retinal macula
Syndrome Purtscher: Nodules dysoriques to FO observed after chest compression; fat embolism.
Siderosis: Alteration degenerative ocular tissue by oxidation and diffusion of iron salts; the iris is hyperpigmented or atrophic
Chalcose: Copper; sunflower cataract; Kayser-Fleischer ring
* Cataract bruised rosette: posterior cortical opacity stellar available
* The risk of rebleeding is hyphema; a recurrent hyphema can cause a blood staining.
* Post Traumatic Mydriasis
* Edema Berlin is self-limiting; but sometimes it can leave sequelae as a final loss of visual acuity.