in hypertensive retinopathies characterised by choroidal infarcts and exudative retinal detachment.
Damage to your eyes: Like other vessels, the eyes can also be damaged, causing eye blood vessel damage (retinopathy), fluid buildup under the retina (choroidopathy
), nerve damage (optic neuropathy)
Ten year follow-up of photocoagulated central serous choroidopathy
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Fluorescein and indocyanine green angiographies of central serous choroidopathy
by scanning laser ophthalmoscopy.
It is speculated that diabetic choroidopathy
(DC) would have a role in explaining visual loss in diabetic eyes without retinopathy (15).
In differential diagnosis of exudative detachment there are uveal fusion syndrome, choroidopathy
, Harada syndrome, choroid detachment, choroidal neovascularisation, and severe intraocular hypotonic but with consideration of patients age and primary illness it was thought with orbital relapse.
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is thought to originate, like DR, in microangiopathy [28, 29], but the relationship between CT and NCV has not been adequately investigated.
A third patient with Serpiginous Choroidopathy
improved from 20/80- to 20/60+1 in the right eye and from 20/50- to 20/20-3 in their left eye with increases in OCT, suggesting value in considering BMSC for atrophic retinal conditions.
It is important to note that other HIV-associated infectious causes of a retinitis such as varicella zoster virus, Toxoplasma gondii and choroidopathy
caused by Pneumocystis carinii, should be excluded.
c) This technique is helpful in confirming multifocal choroiditis and punctate inner choroidopathy