OCULAR FEATURES OF CAROTID OCCLUSIVE DISEASE


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Abstract

This article presents the clinicopathologic features of five patients with ocular involvement secondary to carotid artery disease. Three patients had the features of hypotensive retinopathy and two had panocular ischemia. In demonstrating the possible ocular and nonocular sequelae of carotid artery disease, this study stressed the importance of the recognition of the variable ocular features associated with carotid artery occlusive disease.

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