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Retinal Detachment

Spontaneous Resorption of Exudative Retinal Detachments Associated with Ischaemic Central Retinal Vein Occlusion

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67–8

INTRODUCTION

Exudative retinal detachments occur as a result of fluid flow alterations and breakdown of the blood retinal barrier which is seen in inflammatory, infectious and neoplastic disease states in addition to abnormal vasculature. Ischaemic central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) is uncommonly associated with exudative detachments (1, 2). We report a case of exudative retinal detachments secondary to ischaemic CRVO which resolved with conservative management.

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e-Published: 17 Sep, 2013

Extensive Myelination with Retinal Detachment: A Diagnostic Challenge

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472–3

INTRODUCTION

Myelinated retinal nerve fibres have been associated with various conditions such as myopia, amblyopia, retinal vascular anomalies and vitreomacular traction syndrome (1, 2, 3). We present two patients with extensive macular myelination associated with retinal detachment and one of them posed a diagnostic challenge.

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e-Published: 03 Jul, 2013
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