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Retinal detachment after BRVO

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Retinal detachment after BRVO

DOI: 10.3207/3618391865

Very rare complication of BRVO is hudge retinal tear along vessels in the posterior pole. Tractions are usually caused by neovascularization at the site of arterial-vein crossing sites.

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Author: Ilian Shandurkov
Submitted: 14/12/2009
Published: 15/12/2009
Views: 5097

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