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Hemispheric Central Retinal Vein Occlusion [75-yr old male]

2 September 2023
WF 133° image. Retinal hemorrhages seen throughout the upper hemisection.
WF 133° image. Retinal hemorrhages seen throughout the upper hemisection.
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 A

WF 133° image. Retinal hemorrhages seen throughout the upper hemisection.

12 × 12 mm OCT angiography of the macula, retinal surface layer slab image

Hemispheric Central Retinal Vein Occlusion [75-yr old male]

12 × 12 mm OCT angiography of the macula, retinal surface layer slab image
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 B

A 12 × 12 mm OCT angiography of the macula, retinal surface layer slab image. NPA is seen as consistent with the location of retinal hemorrhage.

OCT angiography 12 × 12 mm montage image

Hemispheric Central Retinal Vein Occlusion [75-yr old male]

OCT angiography 12 × 12 mm montage image
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

OCT angiography 12 × 12 mm montage image. When the angle of view is widened, the NPA can be seen even more prominently. The NPA is spreading consistently with the site of hemorrhaging and is believed to be ischemic.


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