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Central Retinal Artery Occlusion [50-yr old male]

4 September 2023
  • Central Retinal Artery Occlusion OS (CRAO)
  • Central Retinal Artery Occlusion OS (CRAO) ​
  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula. The entire fundus is milky white and cloudy because the inner retinal layer nourished by the interrupted retinal blood vessels is subject to ischemic necrosis. Cherry-red spots and edema in the macula are also observed.
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula. The entire fundus is milky white and cloudy because the inner retinal layer nourished by the interrupted retinal blood vessels is subject to ischemic necrosis. Cherry-red spots and edema in the macula are also observed.
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figures A & B

WF 133° magnified image of the macula. The entire fundus is milky white and cloudy because the inner retinal layer nourished by the interrupted retinal blood vessels is subject to ischemic necrosis. Cherry-red spots and edema in the macula are also observed.

OCT image through the fovea. The inner retinal layers are highly reflective and thickened

Central Retinal Artery Occlusion [50-yr old male] ​

OCT image through the fovea. The inner retinal layers are highly reflective and thickened
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure C

An OCT image through the fovea. The inner retinal layers are highly reflective and thickened.


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