However, If One Eye Has Retinal Or Optic Nerve Disorders, Then If We First Shine The Light On The Normal Eye That Pupil Constricts, And Then Shine The Light On The Bad Eye, Instead Of Constricting The Pupil Dilates Immediately In That Eye; That Is What Is Called A Relative Afferent Papillary Defect.

Dec 19, 2016  

Patients with diabetes or hypertension with end-organ damage had a 92 percent and 53 percent increased risk for CRVO, respectively. papillary response may quicken when light is shone into the unaffected eye. This means that the swelling can be avoided. Ranibizumab for macular enema due to retinal vein occlusions: long-term follow-up in the HORIZON trial. Advanced retinal vascular disease may be treated with vitrectomy.  Floaters are little clumps of gel that float in the fluid inside your eye and cause a shadow against the retina, making it appear as if little shapes are floating across your

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