A blood vessel may pop due to injury, bruising, allergic reaction, blood infection or an autoimmune disorder, according to Healthline. A tiny amount of blood flows from the vessel into the surrounding areas when a blood ... More »

Some causes of broken blood vessels in the eyes are severe coughs, strong sneezes, vomiting, lifting heavy weights and straining according to the Mayo Clinic. In some cases, there is no cause for this problem. The ruptur... More » Science Human Anatomy Organs

Complications of a subconjunctival hemorrhage, or broken blood vessel in eye, are rare, according to Mayo Clinic. If the condition is due to eye trauma, a doctor may evaluate the eye to ensure the patient does not have o... More »

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