Ischemic retinitis as a result of acute episodic blood loss

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Abstract

Acute episodic blood loss leads to a sudden change in the haemodynamics leading to a number of ocular and systemic effects. Occurrence of ischemic retinitis secondary to acute blood loss is of a very rare occurrence. This communication presents a case of infarction of the nerve fibre layer secondary to acute blood loss in a 55-year-old male.

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