Subconjuctival hematoma

Also Known As: Subconjuctival hematoma, Broken blood vessel in eye, Conjunctival hemmorrage

This is a broken blood vessel behind the eye. It is commonly caused from a temporary increase in eye pressure during vomiting, coughing, sneezing or physical exertion. They usually turn yellow then absorb completely in 5-10 days depending on their severity.

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