Is there a reason to be concerned about a non-traumatic, spontaneous, asymptomatic right scleral hemmorhage in am otherwise healthy 60 yr old white female? The hemorrhagic appeared the morning after a 45 minute snorkeling session in a dry suit on a cruise in the inner passage of Alaska. Sight is not affected and there is no pain. The hemorrhage is now 7 days old with still no symptoms, and only partial resorbtion of the hemorrhage. What would be a common time frame for resorption of the hemorrhage?
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