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Retinal haemorrhages

Retinal haemorrhages

Retinal haemorrhages

1 –Retinal nerve fibre layer haemorrhages arise from the larger superficial pre-capillary arterioles and  are flame-shaped

2- Intraretinal haemorrhages arise from the venous end of capillaries and are located in the compact middle layers of the retina with a resultant red ‘dot/blot’ configuration

3- Deeper dark round haemorrhages represent haemorrhagic retinal infarcts and are located within the middle retinal layers . The extent of involvement is a significant marker of the likelihood of progression to retinal neovascularization.

Retinal haemorrhages

Retinal haemorrhages

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Retinal haemorrhages

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Retinal haemorrhages 1 –Retinal nerve fibre layer haemorrhages arise from the larger superficial pre-capillary arterioles and  are flame-shaped 2- Intraretinal haemorrhages arise from the venous end of capillaries and are located in the compact middle layers of the retina with a resultant red ‘dot/blot’ configuration 3- Deeper dark round haemorrhages represent haemorrhagic retinal infarcts and …

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