Branch retinal vein occlusion: clinical findings, natural history, and management.

  title={Branch retinal vein occlusion: clinical findings, natural history, and management.},
  author={Ron Margolis and Rishi Singh and Peter K. Kaiser},
  journal={Comprehensive ophthalmology update},
  volume={7 6},
Branch retinal vein occlusion is a common retinal vascular condition characterized by sectoral intraretinal hemorrhages, retinal ischemia, retinal exudates, and macular edema. The site of occlusion usually occurs in the vicinity of arteriovenous crossing sites, and is predisposed by various systemic and local factors. Complications of branch retinal vein occlusion include macular edema, capillary nonperfusion, retinal neovascularization, vitreous hemorrhage, and tractional retinal detachments… CONTINUE READING


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