Incident retinal vein occlusions and estimated cerebrospinal fluid pressure. The Beijing Eye Study.

@article{Jonas2015IncidentRV,
  title={Incident retinal vein occlusions and estimated cerebrospinal fluid pressure. The Beijing Eye Study.},
  author={Jost Bruno Jonas and Ningli Wang and Ya Xing Wang and Qi Sheng You and Diya Yang and Xiaobin Xie and Liang Xu},
  journal={Acta ophthalmologica},
  year={2015},
  volume={93 7},
  pages={
          e522-6
        }
}
PURPOSE To examine whether the incidence of retinal vein occlusions (RVOs) is associated with estimated cerebrospinal fluid pressure (CSFP). METHODS The population-based Beijing Eye Study, which included 4439 subjects (age: 40 + years) in 2001, was repeated in 2011 with 2695 subjects participating (66.4% of the survivors). Fundus photographs were examined for the new development of RVOs, differentiated into central RVOs (CRVOs) and branch RVOs (BRVOs). CSFP was calculated as CSFP [mmHg] = 0… CONTINUE READING

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