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Systolodiastolic variations of blood flow during central retinal vein occlusion: exploration by dynamic angiography
  1. Correspondence to: Michel Paques MD, PhD, Department of Ophthalmology, Fondation Ophtalmologique Rothschild, 25 rue Manin, 75019 Paris, France; michel.paqueslaposte.net
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Paques M, Baillart O, Genevois O, et al
Systolodiastolic variations of blood flow during central retinal vein occlusion: exploration by dynamic angiography

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  • Accepted January 1, 2005
  • First published July 15, 2005.
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July 15, 2005
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    • [view video] - On dynamic angiograms, all patients had severe impairment of blood flow, with AVFT ranging from 19.8 to 58.3 seconds, the mean (SD) for AVFT in normal subjects being 12.5 (2.3) seconds. PVO appeared as discrete boli of dye in first order veins at the beginning of the venous phase, progressing towards the disc with a pulsatile motion (see video).

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