A BRAO develops in this patient following Botox injections and dermal fillers. Read about classic symptoms including diagnosis and prognosis.
Vitrectomy is the core operation performed by a retina specialist. It is usually performed for a variety of eye diseases and does not usually require hospitilization!
Anti-VEGF eye injections are used by retina specialists to treat a variety of retinal diseases including diabetic retinopathy, wet macular degeneration and RVO.
A choroidal nevus is a common benign retinal growth. It causes no symptoms, but needs to be differentiated from its malignant counterpart.
Retinal vascular occlusions involve involve abnormalities of both retinal arteries and retinal veins. Learn the symptoms and diagnosis of retinal vascular occlusions.