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Journal Français d'Ophtalmologie
Volume 36, n° 4
pages e63-e65 (avril 2013)
Doi : 10.1016/j.jfo.2012.07.005
Received : 12 April 2012 ;  accepted : 16 July 2012
Cas cliniques électroniques

Simultaneous vitreous hemorrhage and branch retinal artery occlusion after prepapillary arterial loop rupture
Hémorragie du vitré et occlusion de branche artérielle rétinienne après rupture d’une boucle artérielle prépapillaire

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(A) Left eye fluoresceing angiography showing a prepapillary arterial loop. Optic disc, arterial and venous vascularization are not affected by further significant abnormalities. As the kinking course of vessels does not allow a complete visualization of the vascular course, the loop is probably upstream of the inferotemporal retinal artery. (B) Preoperative right eye B-scan ultrasonography demonstrating the vitreous hemorrhage and a posterior vitreous detachment with residual adhesion on a prepapillary hyperechogenic vascular anomaly (arrow). (C) One-week post-surgical retinography showing a prepapillary vascular abnormality. (D) The one-week postoperative fluoresceing angiography shows a prepapillary hyperfluorescent vascular abnormality with a hypofluorescent central spot corresponding to the surgically coagulated vessel. Inferotemporal retinal artery is characterized by a reduced lumen and a delayed perfusion.

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