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Revised: 7 October 2013, last major update February 2011
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- Due to chronic anterior chamber hemorrhage or hyphema, caused by trauma or increased intraocular pressure
- Hemoglobin and other red blood cell breakdown products may diffuse into and stain cornea
- May eventually clear, beginning in periphery
Corneal blood staining
- Small pink-brown globules or spheres in corneal lamellae
End of Eye > Cornea > Blood staining
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