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Macular edema in Retinal vein occlusion

Macular edema in Retinal vein occlusion

Macular edema in Retinal vein occlusion By Dr.Ahmed Saleh‎  Macular edema in vein occlusion Is there any protocol to treat? By Dr.Ameen Marashi :AntiVEGF monthly for 6 months then PRN for another 6 months with IOP monitoring.If you had a refractory edema then try Micropluse laser (Subthreshold diode Micropluse laser (the laser Ray is chopped to pulses so it won’t induce ... Read More »

Ischemic central retinal occlusion ( CRVO )

Ischemic central retinal occlusion ( CRVO )

Ischemic central retinal occlusion ( CRVO ) -Marked tortuosity and prominence to the venous system. -Widespread hemorrhages. -Macular edema. -The non-ischemic vein occlusion has a better prognosis. It may, however, with propagation of the clot, progress to become an ischemic occlusion with widespread capillary non-perfusion, vitreous hemorrhage, and a risk of anterior-segment neovascularization or rubeosis iridis and hemorrhagic glaucoma. Source:  Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos ... Read More »

Severe non-ischemic central venous occlusion ( CRVO )

Severe non-ischemic central venous occlusion ( CRVO )

Severe non-ischemic central venous occlusion ( CRVO ) -Mild tortuosity of the venous system. -Scattered hemorrhages throughout the fundus. -Axoplasmic debris. -Risk factors:aging, hypertension, and diabetes. Source:  Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Severe non-ischemic central venous occlusion ( CRVO ) Read More »

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