Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 1982;23(3):779-783.
Published online March 1, 1982.
A Case of the Aberrant Retinal Vessels.
Ji Han Kim, Jin Hee Back, Han Ho Shin
Department of Ophthalmology, Soon Chun Hyang College, School of Medicine, Korea.
이상 망막 혈관 1예
김지한(Ji Han Kim),백진희(Jin Hee Baek),신환호(Hwan Ho Shin)
Abstract
The cilio-retinal artery appears on the temporal side of the optic disc margin and is concerned with the supply of the portion between the optic disc and the macula. So, the cilio-retinal artery preserves vision when occlusion of the central retinal artery occurs. The aberrant macular artery is very rare and in most of the cases have been derived from the inferior temporal arterial or venous trunks. When this artery is appeared, the corrected vision is normal but sometimes diminished. The authors have experienced two aberrant retinal vessels of a large cilio-retinal artery and aberrant macular artery combined with the Stargardt's maculopathies. It was reviewed clinically with the literature.


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