Hemi-central retinal vein occulsion. Pathogenesis, clinical features, and natural history.

A two-trunked central retinal vein (CRV) in the anterior part of the optic nerve may persist as a congenital abnormality in a certain proportion of humans. One of the two trunks, like the CRV, may get occulded in the optic nerve to produce hemi-CRV occulsion (hemi-CRVO). It is shown that hemi-CRVO is a distinct entity, clincially and pathogenetically… CONTINUE READING