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Clinical Reperfusion of Retinal Vasculature

Clinical reperfusion of retinal vasculature during the third treatment of the left eye. Following 9 minutes of intra-arterial retinal precipitates, reperfusion started suddenly, centrifugally from the optic nerve. The blood column progressed toward the 4 quadrants in a pulsatile manner.

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