Vascular Occlusions in the Retina

Specialty of Ophthalmology

Vascular occlusions in the retina occur when veins or arteries in the circulation of the retina become blocked, and the blood stops flowing. They are acute events mediantes which are problems of the circulation in general and can be caused by multiple factors such as hypertension, diabetes or obesity.

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