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The fluorescent dye can have dangerous side effects: see Fluorescein Retinal haemorrhages, especially mild ones not associated with chronic disease, will normally resorb without treatment.
Laser surgery is a treatment option which uses a laser beam to seal off damaged blood vessels in the retina.
Blood flow to the retina is maintained by the retinal vein and artery, and a dense network of small blood vessels (capillaries) supplies the area with circulation.
These blood vessels can become damaged by injury and disease and may bleed (hemorrhage) and cause temporary or permanent loss of visual accuracy.
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The retina is the part of the eye that converts light into nerve signals that are processed by the brain into visual images.
The retina is the inside surface of the back of the eye, consisting of millions of densely arranged, light-sensitive cells called rods and cones.
Retinal hemorrhages can also occur due to shaking, particularly in young infants (shaken baby syndrome) or from severe blows to the head.