ischaemia of the retina

ischaemia of the retina

Lack of blood in the retina due either to arterial narrowing or profuse haemorrhage from any part of the body. See temporal arteritis.
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Subtle paralysis of the cranial nerves, together with a series of ophthalmologic alterations related to an increase in the intraocular venous pressure and ischaemia of the retina were frequently observed.5 Life threatening complications such as intracranial haemorrhage, increased intracranial pressure, steal phenomena, life threatening epistaxis might be seen, so early detection of fistula is important to prevent these complications.6 A sudden onset classical triad of pulsatile proptosis, conjunctival injection with chemosis, and orbital bruit is commonly seen in direct CCFs.