Central retinal vein occlusion: a review.

  title={Central retinal vein occlusion: a review.},
  author={Ian L. McAllister},
  journal={Clinical & experimental ophthalmology},
  volume={40 1},
Central retinal vein occlusion remains a common cause of unilateral visual loss. Until recently, our treatment options for this condition were limited only to laser photocoagulation for the devastating end sequelae of anterior segment neovascularization. Over the last 2 years, a number of randomized controlled trials have given us significant new treatment options to address not only visual loss from macular oedema but also the ability to create a bypass around the obstruction in the central… CONTINUE READING

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