Optociliary veins occur in three clinical settings: in chronic central retinal vein obstruction, with retro-orbital tumors, and as congenital anomalies. In the last setting, associated anomalies of the disc and retinal vessels may be present, which makes differentiation from the first two difficult. Fluorescein angiography may be of value in making this… (More)
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