Central.ein.cclusion Study Group. Complications vary depending on the cause of the blocked blood vessels. The individual also is at risk of developing glaucoma in the affected eye due to the overgrowth of new blood vessels in the retina or iris. A fluoresce in angiogram may be useful in this determination. The condition may be preceded by episodes of vision loss known as amaurosis fugal . Medline . It is second only to diabetic retinopathy as a cause of visual loss due to retinal vascular disease. Your ophthalmologist also may prescribe a glaucoma medication to dislodge the em bolus, if the condition has been present for fewer than 12 to 24 hours.
Yanoff., Cameron D. Medline . Resolution of retinopathy: In both types of CRVO, the retinopathy spontaneously resolves after a variable period. Contact us to schedule an appointment. The urea of the eye is the middle, pigmented layer of the eye that supplies blood to the retina. The cornea and lens bend light so that it can focus on the retina at the back of our eye.