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Macular lesions ?
Apr 26, 2011
... Went to eye dr last week, now the test shows, severe lesions on macular, both eyes said he thought it was genetic, and it would not get better. Sent me to retina specialist and having test done today, angiogram and a color test thurs. My vision has decreased, and have been having terrible headaches. Any ideas? ... (0 replies)
... When I noticed the blind spot I went to my optometrist who sent me to a specialist. The specialist determined that the blind spot was caused by a blood clot in the back of my retina in one of the veins that supplies the eye with blood. He took pictures and the clot completely coincides with the area of vision loss. ... (42 replies)
... opthomologist and a retina specialist both told me that my eyes looked perfectly healthy. ... (42 replies)

... erosis, hardening of the arteries. Carotid artery disease is found in almost half the people with CRAO.The most common cause of CRAO is a thrombosis, an abnormal blood clot formation. Sometimes CRAO is caused by an embolus, a clot that breaks off from another area of the body and is carried to the retina by the bloodstream. ... (5 replies)
... of the posts to find answers for the state my father is in now. He is 65 years old and has been diabetic for the past 13 years and recently was diagnosed with a clot in his leg and hence has been on blood thinners and statins. ... (3 replies)




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