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509 Possible Causes for Retinal Neovascularization

  • Eales Disease

    RESULTS: Both laser therapy and vitrectomy improved visual acuity and induced regression of retinal neovascularization.[] The second patient had florid retinal and disc neovascularization with a dispersed vitreous bleed, which prevented laser therapy.[] RESULTS: One week after injection, fluorescein angiography demonstrated dramatic regression of retinal neovascularization.[]

  • Proliferative Retinopathy

    The authors investigated the inhibition of retinal EPO mRNA expression with RNA interference as a potential strategy to suppress retinal neovascularization and to prevent[] Retinal neovascularization was histologically quantitated by a masked protocol.[] BACKGROUND: Ischemic proliferative retinopathy, characterized by pathological retinal neovascularization, is a major cause of blindness in working-age adults and children.[]

  • Central Retinal Vein Occlusion

    PURPOSE: To present the case of a 59-year-old man with central retinal vein occlusion with limited retinal ischemia who developed retinal neovascularization over a year after[] neovascularization H34.812 Central retinal vein occlusion, left eye H34.8121 …… with retinal neovascularization H34.813 Central retinal vein occlusion, bilateral H34.8131[] In the second patient, within the next three months, the development of retinal ischemia led to retinal neovascularization. Panretinal photocoagulation was applied.[]

  • Retinopathy

    Retinal neovascularization or the growth of new abnormal blood vessels.[] Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy: Another type of in-office laser procedure, pan-retinal photocoagulation, is the mainstay for controlling retinal neovascularization.[] […] neovascularisation, neovascular vitreoretinopathy, neovascular glaucoma and, consecutively, severe visual loss.[]

  • Neovascular Glaucoma

    CONCLUSION: Crohn disease may be associated with retinal vasculitis and, thus, neovascular glaucoma.[] Bevacizumab, ablation of the retinal lesions, and surgical treatment of the neovascular glaucoma.[] KEYWORDS: Central retinal artery occlusion; Intravitreal bevacizumab; Neovascular glaucoma; Panretinal photocoagulation[]

  • Rubeosis Iridis

    Abstract This report describes a young high-myopic patient who developed rubeosis iridis with peripheral retinal neovascularization one year after a circular buckling operation[] The periphlebitis is known to be rarely sight-threatening as a result of the sequelae of retinal neovascularization.[] Discussion : The case illustrates the extreme end of the spectrum of peripheral retinal ischemia and neovascularization associated with demyelinating disease, which can present[]

  • Vitreous Hemorrhage

    […] the retinal neovascularization showed early signs of reperfusion.[] At age 47, similar retinal vascular lesions and disc neovascularization developed in the left eye followed by recurrent vitreous hemorrhage.[] RESULTS: In the right eye of a 62-year-old woman with nonischemic central retinal vein occlusion, retinal neovascularization at the laser chorioretinal anastomosis site caused[]

  • Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion

    BACKGROUND: Retinal neovascularization (RNV) has never been described in cases of macular branch retinal vein occlusion (MBRVO), due to the limited amount of ischemia in this[] […] haemorrhage following optic disc or retinal neovascularization.[] Of five eyes treated for retinal neovascularization of the disc or retina, all eyes had complete elimination of neovascularization.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy

    Visual problems are caused by this progressive vascular anomalies and by various complications such as retinal neovascularization, exudates, fibrovascular proliferation, retinal[] […] ischemia and further progresses to retinal neovascularization, subretinal exudation and hemorrhages, partial or total retinal detachments and complete blindness.[] Clinical findings can vary from very mild disease with only subtle changes of the peripheral retinal vasculature without symptoms to severe disease with retinal neovascularization[]

  • Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy

    neovascularization, and tractinal retinal detachment.[] Leakage peripherally and at the left optic disc is consistent with retinal neovascularization. No neovascularization is seen on the right.[] These ocular anomalies are followed by complications, such as retinal neovascularization and exudates, retinal and vitreous bleeding, vitreoretinal traction, ectopia of the[]

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