ⓘ Branch retinal artery occlusion

                                     

ⓘ Branch retinal artery occlusion

Abrupt painless loss of vision in the visual field corresponding to territory of the obstructed artery is the typical history of presentation. Patients can typically define the time and extent of visual loss precisely.

Whitening of the retina that corresponds to the zone of ischemia is the most remarkable finds. In the chronic phase whitening of the retina disappears.

                                     
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