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Any reduction in blood flow to the optic nerve, retina or macula can lead to hypoxia, energy depletion, excessive oxidation, and cell death. Reduced blood flow in the retinal and the choroidal vessels can initiate or contribute to retinal vascular diseases such as macular degeneration, retinal microaneurisms, retinal vein or artery occlusions, and vascular retinopathies, producing symptoms such as blurred or distorted vision or loss of vision.

Progression of retinal vascular disorders progressing from:


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International Medical Case Reports Journal:

Preservation of retinal structure and function after cilioretinal artery occlusion: a case report