Arterial hypertension and pathology of the eye - Causes,Symptoms,Diagnosis,Treatment,Analysis,disease

Welcome Guest | RSS

Neurology, Ophthalmology, Cardiology, Oncology, Obesity, Endocrinology, Vascular surgery - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, description of the disease.

///
Friday, 20.01.2017, 04:55
Main » Cardiology » Arterial hypertension and pathology of the eye 
17:49
Arterial hypertension and pathology of the eye


Arterial hypertension and pathology of the eye

In addition to the development of pathology of the heart and kidney disease, hypertension in the absence of adequate treatment can lead to eye diseases.


This is due to the fact that hypertension is marked narrowing of the arterioles - small blood vessels - in many organs, including the retina. Retin-A - is part of the eye that is responsible for the perception of the image and "turning" it into electrical signals that are already going further into the brain along the nerve.

In case of violation of blood flow occurs in the retina called hypertensive retinopathy. This is a pretty serious pathology, since in the absence of proper treatment of the patient may lose vision.

What are the manifestations of hypertensive retinopathy

In most cases, retinopathy is detected in the study of vision as well as its manifestation patients normally do not pay enough attention. By manifestations of retinopathy include:
  • Headaches
  • Blurred vision.

How to diagnose retinopathy

Hypertensive retinopathy is diagnosed by ophthalmologists. To do this, the instrument used an ophthalmoscope. The signs of retinopathy include:
  • Narrowing of retinal vessels,
  • Leakage of fluid from the retinal vessels,
  • The spots on the retina,
  • Papilledema,
  • Bleeding in the eye.

Treatment of hypertensive retinopathy

The most effective treatment for hypertensive retinopathy is an adequate blood pressure control.

Prevention of hypertensive retinopathy

Prevention of this complication of hypertension is an adequate treatment of the disease and regular visits to an ophthalmologist.



With this material are reading...


Angiographic study  [Vascular surgery]
Complications of immunosuppressive therapy  [Organ transplantation]
Psychotherapy for obesity  [Obesity]
Distribution of adipose tissue  [Obesity]







My Great Web page

Attachments:
Category: Cardiology | Views: 252 | Added by: Admin | Tags: | Rating: 0.0/0
Total comments: 0