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Is a branch retinal vein occlusion could be a sign of MS ?
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Dr. Benjamin Chun
Ophthalmology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Don't think so
Optic neuritis is typically associated with ms.
Brvo is associated with hypertension, or certain blood clotting disorders, depending on your age.

In brief: Don't think so
Optic neuritis is typically associated with ms.
Brvo is associated with hypertension, or certain blood clotting disorders, depending on your age.
Dr. Benjamin Chun
Dr. Benjamin Chun
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In brief: Not at all
You are describing a cause of an ischemic optic neuritis, which is very different from an inflammatory optic neuritis.
MS is not a disease of blood vessels or circulation.

In brief: Not at all
You are describing a cause of an ischemic optic neuritis, which is very different from an inflammatory optic neuritis.
MS is not a disease of blood vessels or circulation.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. Jay Bradley
Ophthalmology - LASIK Surgery
In brief: No
Brvo is not typically associated with ms.
You need to be evaluated for systemic hypertension, diabetes, clotting disorders, and other related eye/ systemic disorders to prevent recurrence and involvement of your other eye. You also need to see a retinal specialist to treat the brvo and minimize long term related deficits.

In brief: No
Brvo is not typically associated with ms.
You need to be evaluated for systemic hypertension, diabetes, clotting disorders, and other related eye/ systemic disorders to prevent recurrence and involvement of your other eye. You also need to see a retinal specialist to treat the brvo and minimize long term related deficits.
Dr. Jay Bradley
Dr. Jay Bradley
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