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What Causes Cataracts

Dec 17, 2016

The Inciting Factor In Bravo Is Often Compression Of The Adjacent Vein By Atherosclerotic Retinal Arteries At The Site Of Av Crossing, Leading To Turbulent Flow And Venous Stasis.

These.reatments have not yet been assessed in prospective clinical trials but may be used on an off–label basis. Most of the time, this medical treatment regimen is enough to keep the intra ocular pressure under satisfactory control. Retinal stroke: Is the patient at risk? The extent of damage in the back interior portion posterior segment depends on factors such as whether the entire central retinal artery or one of its branches is blocked. If elevated blood pressure hypertension or elevated eye pressure glaucoma is not controlled, the individual continues to be at risk for complications of