Retinal disorders

Veinous trombosis

This retinal disease commonly occurs in patients over 60 years of age. After diabetic retinopathy it is the most frequently encountered retinal vascular pathology.

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Chorioretinitis centralis

Chorioretinitis serosa centralis affects young adults, particularly men, and occurs most frequently in people who are very active.

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Myopic maculopathy

We talk about myope maculophathy when there are degenerative aberations of the central cornea with a strong near-sided patient.

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Macular holes

Macular holes occur especially with the older population and more frequent with women.  They are caused because of some sort of traction from the liquid on the macula.

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Fluorescein angiogram

This examination consists of photographing the fundus of the eye (i.e. the retina and the optic nerve at the back of the eye) after injecting a fluorescent dye in an artery, usually in the fold of the elbow (as for a blood test).

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Diabetic retinopathy

Patients with diabetes are more likely to develop eye problems such as cataracts and glaucoma, but the disease’s affect on the retina is the main threat to vision.

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Macular Degeneration

The macula is the central region in the retina. This area is responsible for sharp vision, which is necessary for being able to recognise objects and for reading.

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