retinopathy

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retinopathy

[‚ret·ən′äp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Any pathologic condition involving the retina.
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Coats' disease: A study of 62 histologically confirmed cases.
Resolution of severe macular edema in adult coats' disease with intravitreal triamcinolone and bevacizumab injection.
The differences in the ability of detecting vascular abnormalities in Coats' disease between FA and OCTA are summarized in Table 3.
Nowadays, wide field angiography provides more detailed information on periphery retina in different vascular diseases, such as diabetic retinopathy or Coats' disease, and can replace conventional methods [8, 18].
Vascular pathologies in Coats' disease involve both the superficial and deep retinal plexuses.
In summary, studies have shown elevated levels of VEGF in patients with Coats' disease as well as correlations between VEGF concentrations and the severity of disease [10, 11].
Castanheira, "Refractory coats' disease of adult onset," Case Reports in Ophthalmology, vol.
Shields, "Bevacizumab for Coats' disease with exudative retinal detachment and risk of vitreoretinal traction," British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
We retrospectively analyzed the charts of patients diagnosed with Coats' disease in our clinic.
The study included 27 eyes of 27 patients diagnosed with Coats' disease; 21 patients (77.8%) were male, 6 (22.2%) were female.
Coats' disease was treated with combined therapy in 12 patients and with a single treatment modality in 2 patients.