Ischemic ocular syndrome as a complication of mixed central retinal vein and artery occlusion

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Ischemic ocular syndrome as a complication of mixed central retinal vein and artery occlusion
Titre de la conférence
Ophta 2009
Auteur(s)
Pournaras J.A, Konstantinidis Lazaros (co-premier)
Organisation
102e Congrès annuel de la Société Suisse d’Ophthalmologie
Adresse
Palazzo dei Congressi,
Piazza Indipendenza 4,
CH-6900 Lugano
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Publié
Date de publication
05/09/2009
Pages
S81
Langue
anglais
Résumé
Mixed retinal vascular occlusions are rare conditions associated with poor visual prognosis. We describe a patient pre- senting a sequential arterial and venous occlusion, leading to ischemic ocular syndrome. History and Signs A 60-year-old diabetic male patient developed unilateral visual loss (CF). Fundus exami- nation revealed a central retinal artery occlusion. After 2 months, he presented a painful eye. Biomicroscopy revealed anterior seg- ment neovascularization, and IOP was 10mmHg. Fundus exami- nation revealed moderate signs of a central retinal vein occlusion. Panretinal photocoagulation was applied. After 4 days, as pain was still present, with mild anterior segment uveitis and normal IOP, an anterior segment fluorescein angiogram was performed, revealing sectorial iris non-perfusion. Therapy and Outcome General examination revealed a severe carotid obstruction. As a previous contralateral endarteriectomy had been complicated leading to a vascular prosthesis, further ipsilateral carotid surgery was not advised. Panretinal photocoagulation led to the abolition of pain and neovascularization. Conclusions This case illustrates the con- tinuum of retinal arterial and venous occlusion with the rare com- plication of an ischemic ocular syndrome.
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