1, 2, 3 Indeed, transient monocular. Fundal examination revealed an area of haemorrhage overlying the aneurysm and a superior branch retinal artery occlusion. This article is from Case Reports in Ophthalmology, volume 3.
The mean platelet volume was also significantly lower in branch retinal vein occlusion group in. While all other vessels are not perfused the cilio- retinal artery with its veins is open 1) Branch artery occlusion. ( Central retinal artery visible but not labeled.
Download a Printable PDF. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. ( A) Color photo of the right eye shows area of whitening in the distribution of an inferotemporal retinal arteriole: white vertical line represents location of B- scan; square dotted line represents area of embolus in arteriole which is magnified. Nine months later, the visual acuity of the right eye suddenly deteriorated to 6/ 60, and an inferior altitudinal field defect was demonstrated ( ). Clinical features included severe headaches, right- sided hypoacusis, dysphasia and poor memory.
A retinal vein occlusion is a blockage of one of these veins. We encourage you to complete all fields on this form in order for us to formulate the best possible plan for your patient. In summary, branch retinal artery occlusions in the younger population are relatively uncommon but require more extensive investigation of the cause.
It is caused by the occlusion of one of the branches of central retinal vein. Although branch retinal vein occlusion ( BRVO) is considered to be a common complication of posterior uveitis associated with retinal vasculitis, data on the inflammatory branch retinal artery occlusion ( BRAO) are relatively scarce. Eye Strokes - Retinal Artery and Retinal Vein Occlusions. In this study we describe the clinical features and visual outcome of BRAO associated with posterior uveitis.