In: Rake Re, Ed.

There.s a strong association between non-infectious retinal microvasculopathy and retinal vein occlusions. The possibility of still more long-term complications cannot be ruled out. This treatment, while important in helping to prevent further visual loss, is not usually associated with improvement in vision. Retinal vein occlusion may demonstrate distended and convoluted veins, along with congestion and swelling in the eye's interior region including the retina. The type depends on which type of blood vessel is affected: Retinal artery occlusion is a blockage of one of the retinal arteries,

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