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Retinal bleeding haemorrhage is also possible. Large areas of ischemia can lead to abnormal blood vessel growth over the iris coloured part of the eye leading to neovascular glaucoma, a very painful, blinding condition resulting from high pressure in the eye. Arch Ophthalmol. 2009 Se. 1279:1101-14. Glaucoma has also been identified as a risk factor in some studies. Hayreh SS: Central Retinal Vein Occlusion. Some people may need to take aspirin or other blood thinners. In ischemic CRVO the neovascularization is mainly of the anterior segment. ISCHEMIC CRVO: There are many serious complications

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