As I Mentioned Earlier, If An Eye Can See I-2e There Is A Very High Chance That That Eye Has Non-ischemic Crvo.

This.ype of blockage is called a 'branch retinal artery occlusion'. Treatment focuses on increasing blood flow to the retina as soon as possible. As I mentioned earlier, if an eye can see I-2e there is a very high chance that that eye has non-ischemic CRVO. Anticoagulants may be given to prevent further clot formation or the spread of clots, which could cause a stroke . Binder S, Aggermann T, Brenner S. In fact, their entire response to the various issues raised in my comments had little logic 15 In addition, there is a considerable problem with the safety of the procedure. Ophthalmology 1995;1

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