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Medline..ct Ophthalmol sand 2002;80:355-67. Our pages on  information for everyday living  offer ideas for people with sight problems on making life easier and ways of getting the most out of life. Does individual have any complications such as permanent loss of vision or retinal bleeding? With proper management and perseverance, many of these patients can maintain a good peripheral vision which is very helpful in steering themselves in this world. The outcome often varies, though many patients regain their sight. Full Text . The ischemic type is associated with marked decreased vision, as ischemic CRVO predisposes to anterior neovascularization called rubeosis irides, which leads to high-pressure neovascular glaucoma. High risks of cardiac mortality -Ischemia going right to the macula Multiple Branched Retinal Artery Occlusion you can see the calcific emboli See calcific emboli leading to a bra NOT called a hemiretinal artery acclusion sudden loss of vision, inferior field loss bra- virtually always embolic developed neovascularization not secondary to artery occlusion -- this is due to sickle cell disease Classic branched artery obstruction BRAO sudden, painless loss of VF and central acuity elater in angiogram you see some perfusion -- this is the blood flowing retrograde and filling up in the wrong direction Mature cataract - other eye has minimal KS asymmetric irregular pupil due to Post. synechiae -Neovascularization around papillary margin and angle pressure: 5 mm Hg --> Ocular Ischemic Syndrome OAS - Assoc. w/ severe carotid artery disease 90-95% occ.

Ferrari DC, Koizumi H, spade HF. In addition, none of the patients developed neovascular glaucoma when treated with bevacizumab. Prevalence of all retinal vein occlusions RPO varied by race/ethnicity and increased with age, but did not differ by gender.

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