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Proliferative diabetic retinopathy.Vitreopapillary traction syndrome

Proliferative retinopathy - is characterized by neovascularization disc of the optic nerve and / or other parts of the retina , hemorrhage in the vitreous body , the formation of fibrous tissue in the preretinal hemorrhages. Newly formed vessels are very thin and fragile - repeated hemorrhages often occur, contributing to retinal detachment. Vitreopapillary traction (VPT) syndrome is a potentially visually significant disorder of the vitreopapillary interface characterised by an incomplete posterior vitreous detachment with the persistently adherent vitreous exerting tractional pull on the optic disc and resulting in morphologic alterations and a consequent decline of visual function. Female patient, 61 aged. Visus= 0,4

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