[Vascular anastomoses at the posterior pole of the eye (author's transl)].

Anastomoses between vessels of the fundus may occur as congenital malformations or secondary to vascular diseases affecting the eye. Congenital anastomoses can be of the racemose hemangioma type, with severe malformation of the retinal vessels, ocular complications, and neurologic manifestations, or as simple A-V shunts with visual impairment but limited… CONTINUE READING