It.s a summary of material published in peer reviewed ophthalmic journals. An exception to the severe loss of vision with central retinal artery occlusion occurs in the presence of a macular cilioretinal artery about 30% of eyes. The treatment goal for vascular disease is to restore blood flow. From the studies reported in the literature there is little evidence that these have any beneficial effects 6 . This causes it to start pulling away from the retina. Sectoral whitening in the path of a branch retinal artery is path gnomic for a bra. Therapies for macular enema associated with central retinal vein occlusion: a report by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Retina. 2005 Oct-Nov. 257:846-50.
For example, in Figure 9a the retinal capillary bed filled very well when the eye was first seen within a week or two after the onset of the visual loss, in spite of being an ischemic CRVO by other parameters. High concentrations of rods at the outer portions of your retina act as motion detectors in your peripheral or side vision. It is 9.4% within 6 months and 12.6% within 18 months from onset of non-ischemic CRVO. The occlusion can cause blood or other fluids to build up and prevent the retina from properly filtering light. Your ophthalmologist will discuss with you if you need treatment and which treatment they would recommend for you.