Vitreous Hemorrhage Case Report
Ocular issues are a common reason to present to the emergency department (ED). This case discusses a patient who presented to the ED with unilateral atraumatic partial vision loss. The patient underwent a point of care ultrasound that was concerning for a vitreous hemorrhage. Although vitreous hemorrhages require urgent, rather than emergent evaluation, it is important to differentiate this diagnosis from vitreous and retinal detachment.
Vitreous hemorrhage, eye complaint, point of care ultrasound, POCUS.