Journal of Ophthalmology / 2019 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Clinical Features of Combined Central Retinal Artery and Vein Occlusion

Figure 1

Fundus abnormalities at presentation. (a) Swelling optic disc with hyperemia, dilated and tortuous veins, mild hemorrhage, uneven macular ischemic whitening, atypical cherry-red spot, and Roth’s spot. (b) Severe retinal hemorrhage, inferior vitreous hemorrhage, and perivenous sheathing along the superonasal branch vein. (c) Ischemic whitening with a clear border by the optic disc (red arrow). FFA showed delayed filling of the cilioretinal artery. (d) Optic disc edema without marked peripapillary CWS and completely occluded arteries in the nasal quadrant. FFA showed unfilled retinal vessels at the late stage. About one month after onset, a pale optic disc was seen and retinal vessels appeared as white lines.
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