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... For the past week or so my right eye has had a marking on it similar to that of the "vein" markings you get on your eyes when bloodshot, except this looks far different. ... (0 replies)
... The steroid injection is to reduce the swelling that is responsible for the restriction of blood flow to the retina while the laser treatment will be to stop leakage from smaller retinal veins that has occurred due to increased pressure. ... (1 replies)
... Why do they think she has a blood clot? ... (67 replies)

... rotid stenoses. Lab work to rule out and then work from there with the positives, if any. If he has a problem, the idea is to treat it aggressively so that the eye problem resolves. ... (3 replies)
... however a dear friend of mine awoke the other day, 27 year old male, with his left eye completely blind and the diagnosis being "central retinal vein occulusion". ... (3 replies)
... One day I had trouble reading because my right eye was blurry and I thought the glasses were blurry but that was not the case. The Dr. ... (2 replies)
... the others' replies, and glad I found this thread again because I meant to say, diabetic retinopathy would be inside the eye, not where you can see the extra blood vessels. ... (6 replies)
... There are other photographic techniques that just show the state of the retina from the front view and there is a fluorescein angiogram that shows the blood vessels in and around the retina after the injection of a contrast medium into a vein in the arm. ... (9 replies)
... I have a red vein that sometimes gets inflammed and is very visible...like right now for example. It feels irritated too. This may be related to dry eyes, I don't know. ... (78 replies)
'Blindspots'
Aug 11, 2006
... Blind spots can be caused by vein occlusions and this test shows blood flow and arterial conditions in the retina. ... (62 replies)
... I'm not sure of all the other things that can cause a scar, but a vein occlusion can. If a blood vessel gets blocked, a small area of cells will die. ... (5 replies)
... I had a central vein occlusion back in august of last year. About 2 weeks before I had the occlusion I was very fatigued in the afternoons. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the information he his having his field test next tuesday then he sees the consultant next thursday. He has no headaches or blurred vision and the optician could not see any deterioration in his sight so i wil let you know the outcome of these appointments. By the way i am posting from England i dont know wether things are the same here (21 replies)
... would see in an aged individual. When this occurs in someone under age 50, the "cause" has to be discerned to aggressively treat the cause so the eye can be resolved. The eye is an organ where systemic or autoimmune conditions may present themselves first. ... (21 replies)
My Wife
Nov 10, 2003
... :wave: Hi! Thanks for sharing about your wife's condition. Regret to learn that she's not improved after all this time. I'm in the seventh month of retinal vein occlusion (hemorrhaging/inflammation) and the specialist recommended that I sleep elevated (sitting up). He informed me that would alleviate the "foggy" morning vision. It does help some. Activity causes my... (14 replies)
Eye bleeding
Sep 11, 2003
... Hey, I wasn't yanking anyone's chain. I got punched in the eye which caused a blood vessel to burst, which in turn filled my actual eye with blood. I went to the hospital and may have to get surgery if the vein doesn't heal and close on it's own. ... (7 replies)
... ptic nerve by opening the "disk" or hole in the back of the eye. I opted for this since my vision was degrading on a daily basis. The surgeon went in through the eye and opened the hole in the back of the eye by simply slitting the opening slightly. He told me it would take up to 6 weeks for the swelling to go down. ... (0 replies)
... How about the possibility of a small vein occlusion in that area? ... (9 replies)
... liver blood clots or tumors, or gallbladder disease. ... (5 replies)
... Most cases of vein occlusion are due to high blood pressure and atherosclerosis. ... (2 replies)




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