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Retinal artery thrombosis

Introduction: Retinal artery thrombosis

Description of Retinal artery thrombosis

Retinal artery thrombosis: Occlusion or closure of the central retinal artery causing sudden, usually nearly complete, loss of vision in one eye. Occlusion of the branch retinal artery causes sudden visual loss in only a portion of the visual field.
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