Ophthalmic Artery Occlusion
-Sudden loss of vision with no light perception.
-Heterogeneous whitening of the fundus,corresponding to retinal, as well as choroidal ischemia.
-Pigment epithelial changes of an atrophic-pigmentary type following reperfusion of the obstructed
-A “cherry-red” spot is not present in almost half of these cases because of choroidal insuffi ciency.
-The optic nerve may be pale and optic atrophy may occur.
-The fluorescein angiogram showed a marked delay in the filling of the choroidal circulation at this phase of the study.