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Retinal Vascular Disorders

Retinal Vascular Disorders - Diagnosis

The diagnosis is usually made with an eye examination by an ophthalmologist. Tests include optical coherence tomography (OCT) scanning to detect swelling of the macula. Occasionally, fluorescein angiography (where a dye is injected into the veins and the retinal vessels are visualised using a retinal camera) will be performed to assess the status of the blood flow in the retinal blood vessels.

Retinal Vascular Disorders - Preparing for surgery

Retinal Vascular Disorders - Post-surgery care

Retinal Vascular Disorders - Other Information

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