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Risk/suspect of Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes which affects the retinal blood vessels. It’s caused by persistent high and/or not controlled blood sugar levels. It’s a silent condition in its early stages, but getting regular eye exams it may be found before you even notice any vision problems.

Risk/suspect of Retinal Vessel Occlusion

Retinal vessel occlusion occurs when there is blockage of blood flow within the tiny veins of the retina. This condition, which is painless and often sudden, can lead to changes to your vision like blurring, dimming or blind spots.

Risk/suspect of Retinal Artery Occlusion

Retinal artery occlusion is a blockage in one or more of the arteries of your retina due to a clot, an occlusion or a build-up of cholesterol in an artery. This condition, which is painless and sudden, can lead to changes to your vision like blurring and blind spots.

Risk/suspect of Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

Central Serous Chorioretinopathy is a condition in which fluid accumulates under the retina, causing a fluid-filled detachment and the pathological growth of the eyeball. Depending on the location where the fluid is accumulated, this condition may be asyptomatic, but can become chronic or recur.

Risk/suspect of Pathologic
Myopia

 Pathologic myopia is a medical condition in which the high reduction in sight is accompanied also by some changes on the retinal tissue. 

Risk/suspect of Retinitis Pigmentosa

Retinitis pigmentosa is a genetic disorder associated with a loss of the photoreceptors in the retina, which is the light sensitive tissue on the back of the eye. This medical condition impacts on how the retina responds to light, making it hard to see. 

Risk/suspect of Epiretinal Membrane

Epiretinal membrane is a condition in which a thin, transparent layer of tissue forms a film on the inner surface of the retina. Generally vision is not affected and the condition is going to be treated only in case of visual symptoms or vision disorders.

Risk/suspect of Macular Hole

Macular hole is a small gap opened at the center of the retina, in an area called the macula. The condition is painless but may result in a loss of central visual acuity, like a missing or black patch.

Risk/suspect of Nonexudative
AMD

AMD stays for “Age-Related Macular Degeneration”, an eye disease that can blur the central vision. AMD happens when aging causes damage to the macula — the part of the retina that controls sharp, straight-ahead vision.

“Non exudative” refers to the absence of retinal fluid produced by the vascular membranes.

Risk/suspect of Exudative
AMD

AMD stays for “Age-Related Macular Degeneration”, an eye disease that can blur the central vision. AMD happens when aging causes damage to the macula — the part of the retina that controls sharp, straight-ahead vision.

“Exudative” refers to the presence of haemorrhages, fluids and vascular membranes within the layers of the retina, principally in the central zone: the macula.

Risk/suspect of Suspicious Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the result of a damage to the optic nerve, which is made by more than a million of tiny nerve fibers and is responsible for the transmission of impulses from the eye to the brain. Glaucoma has no symptoms in its early stages, but as the nerve gradually deteriorates, blind spots could develop and limit the visual field.

Risk/suspect of Optic Atrophy

Optic atrophy refers to a condition which affects the optic nerve, responsible to transmit the impulses from eye to brain. Optic atrophy interfere the transmission of images from the eye (retina) to the brain.

Risk/suspect
of Retinal detachment

Retinal detachment describes an eye condition in which the retina is pulled away from its normal position. A detached retina doesn’t work properly, causing a small or wide blind area in the visual field, floaters and flashes.

Risk/suspect
of Other Abnormalities

Small differences with respect to a normal retina have been found.