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Retina Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in Branch Retinal Artery Occlusion

@inproceedings{Cho2016RetinaCS,
  title={Retina Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in Branch Retinal Artery Occlusion},
  author={Kwan Hyuk Cho and Chi Kyung Kim and Se Joon Woo and Kyu Hyung Park and Sang Jun Park},
  year={2016}
}
METHODS. This study was a retrospective registry study. We used 46 eyes from 46 patients with acute BRAO and evaluated the medical history, including previous cardiovascular disease, and compared brain magnetic resonance images (MRI) and carotid artery stenosis state between the embolic BRAO group and nonembolic BRAO group. We measured differences in cerebrovascular characteristics, including brain MRI, according to the existence of retinal emboli. 

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