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CONCLUSION: Anterior chamber paracentesis by reducing intraocular pressure, improves retinal arterial perfusion pressure, by vasodilatation of central retinal artery leads to dislodgement of the thrombus or emboli from a major retinal branch to the periphery restoring some amount of vision in a particular sectoral field.
But in two patients, the postoperative internal examination revealed underlying risk factors: in patient number 5, an early-stage myeloproliferative syndrome which can cause blood hyperviscosity and serve as a trigger or be the main reason for the observed postoperative central retinal vein occlusion and in patient number 2, a severe bilateral stenosis of the inner carotid artery which explains the central retinal artery occlusion after macular hole surgery.
We present a case of central retinal artery occlusion in a young male as its initial presentation in primary antiphospholipid syndrome
Central retinal artery occlusion treated with oxygen: a literature review and treatment algorithm.
One patient had intra operative bleeding due to injury to the central retinal artery caused by micro-vitreoretinal (MVR) blade.
The fundus fluorescein angiography examination revealed occlusion in many branches of the central retinal artery (Figure 3).
(9) Measurement of haemodynamic characteristics (see Figure 2, page 67) includes: blood flow; oxygen saturation; vessel calibre (referred to as central retinal artery equivalent (CRAE) and central retinal vein equivalent (CRVE)); vessel tortuosity; and the change of vessel diameter due to flicker light (referred to as vessel reactivity).
et al., "Central retinal artery occlusion: an unusual complication of snakebite," Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins Including Tropical Diseases, Botucatu, vol.
Central retinal artery (CRA) runs through the optic disc and enters the inner layer of the retina.
Combined central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO) and central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) is a rare vasoocclusive entity that has been associated with multiple etiologies that can cause devastating vision loss [1-8].

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