Electroretinographic Findings in a Full-Term Newborn With Retinal Hemorrhages

Matieli, Licia C. V.; Martins, Elisabeth Nogueira; Moraes, Nilva Simeren B.; Berezovsky, Adriana; Salomão, Solange Rios
July 2003
Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p236
Academic Journal
Describes a medical case of an 11-day-old newborn with retinal hemorrhages in both eyes before and after full hemorrhage absorption. Results of the medical examinations done to the newborn; Reason retinal hemorrhages are considered benign; Facts about the retinal hemorrhages.


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