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Retinal Occlusions

When the flow of blood from the retina is blocked, it is often because a blot clot is blocking the retinal vein. This condition is called retinal vein occlusion. When blockage occurs in the main retinal vein this is called a central retinal vein occlusion. The blockage caused the walls of the vein to leak blood and excess fluid into the retina.

Symptoms: painless blurry vison or vision loss

Treatments:  There are many different treatments options and combination treatments your Doctor may try. Retinal laser is sometimes applied to the areas of the retina that has the excess fluid. Other combinations treatment may include injections of medication in the eye including injections of steroids.