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377 Possible Causes for Retinal Pallor

  • Retinal Artery Embolism

    Retinal pallor corresponds to the area supplied by the affected artery.[] Fundus showed reabsorption of retinal edema and resolution of retinal pallor in both eyes.[] […] nerve pallor (39%) • The retinal findings were predominantly located in the posterior pole with a normal-appearing periphery 12. • The retinal whitening is due to opacification[]

  • Retinal Arterial Branch Occlusion

    Retinal pallor corresponds to the area supplied by the affected artery.[]

  • Retinopathy of Prematurity

    Ocular: Anterior or posterior synechiae; neovascularization of iris; pallor of optic disk; dragged disk; attenuated vessels; retinal detachment; dilation of veins; retinal[]

  • Exsanguination

    Abstract Limb exsanguination before tourniquet inflation is usually accomplished using mechanical devices although, where their use is contraindicated, exsanguination by elevation alone may be employed. Advice regarding duration of elevation within the literature is a little confusing with recommendations ranging from[…][]

  • Retinopathy

    Background: Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is a retinal vascular disease occurring in infants with short gestational age and low birth weight and can lead to retinal detachment (ROP stages 4 and 5). X-linked familial exudative vitreoretinopathy is phenotypically similar to ROP and has been associated with[…][]

  • Progressive Cone Dystrophy

    Attenuated retinal vessels, disc pallor and general atrophic appearance without pigmentation were typical findings. Six of the patients originated from 2 sibships.[] In addition to the retinal findings, temporal pallor of the optic disc is commonly observed.[] , thin retinal blood vessels, and retinal dystrophy; without retinal pigment changes.[]

  • Retinitis

    pallor.[] Diagnosis is by funduscopy, which shows pigmentation in a bone-spicule configuration in the equatorial retina, narrowing of the retinal arterioles, a waxy pallor of the optic[] Four weeks after presentation visual acuity remained unchanged, and retinal changes seen at the acute phase had resolved leading to extensive retinal atrophy and optic disk[]

  • Orbital Apex Syndrome

    Fundoscopic examination at 2 months showed that the pallor persisted in the temporal aspect of the optic disc, but had diminished in the retinal tissue ( Figure 7 ).[] […] and central retinal artery occlusion.[] Total ptosis and ophthalmoplegia of the patient’s right eye Right eye movements were restricted in all 9 positions of gaze Fundus images of the right and left eyes: retinal[]

  • Cone Rod Dystrophy 10

    The fundus exam can be normal initially, but is followed by pigmentary bone spicule changes, attenuation of retinal vessels, waxy pallor of the optic disc and retinal atrophy[] […] arteries Wawy pallor of the optic nevre head 6- Diagnosis: Vision Vision field ERG 7- Complication: • Cataract Cystic macular oedem and Macular degeneration Myope Astigmatism[] […] phosphodiesterase Apoptosis of Photoreceptor cells Splycing complex failure Being unable to restore external segments of rod cells 5- Examination: Pigmentation in Retina Attenuation in retinal[]

  • Central Retinal Artery Occlusion

    Ophthalmoscopic examination, right eye showed diffuse retinal pallor with faint cherry-red spot and marked generalized attenuation of the retinal arteries, sheathing of vessels[] Within 4 to 6 weeks, the retinal whitening usually resolves and optic disc pallor sets in.[] A fundus examination of the left eye found a pink optic disc with blurred margins, diffuse pallor in the retina with arterial attenuation, and a normal band of the retinal[]

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