To the Editor: Patients who survive subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) are at significant risk of visual impairment, further complicating their recovery. This may arise as a result of Terson syndrome,1 which is the phenomenon of intraocular haemorrhage associated with any intracranial bleed and raised intracranial pressure. We report a case of missed Terson syndrome at a tertiary referral centre.
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