High Incidence of Neovascularization After Retinal Artery Occlusion
March 7, 2011
European Journal Ophthalmology: More than most think, researchers noted, in a small retrospective study, a neovascularization rate of 18% after CRAO, as early as two weeks after the event. They urge close follow-up to avoid neovascular glaucoma (rate of 15%). My experience suggests otherwise, and I think this study is not typical.
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