Thus “10 disc area of retinal capillary obliteration” is a poor and unreliable parameter in differentiating ischemic from non-ischemic CRVO as well as predicting ocular AV; and its use in many studies has resulted in misleading information and confusion. Inc Ophthalmol Cain. 2005 Fall. 454:153-61. In fact our studies have shown that ophthalmoscopy is the least reliable and most misleading test for such a differentiation. However after a few months you will probably find that this becomes less of a problem. Ascaso DJ, Padgett E, Núñez E, Villén L, Grzybowski A, Cristóbal A. Also reviewed by David sieve, MD, MA, Islam Ogilvie, Ph, and the A.D.A.M. There is marked inter-individual variation in the time it takes to resolve - usually faster in younger than older people. The individual may also report underlying hypertension or cardiovascular disease. Patients with HIV infection have a small risk of retinal vascular occlusion, but complications and visual loss are common in affected patients.
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