Eales Disease

Eales-Disease

Eales disease is an idiopathic obliterative vasculopathy that usually involves the peripheral retina of young adults. In 1880, Henry Eales first described it in healthy young men with abnormal retinal veins and recurrent vitreal hemorrhages.

Eales disease is an idiopathic obliterative vasculopathy that usually involves the peripheral retina of young adults. In 1880, Henry Eales first described it in healthy young men with abnormal retinal veins and recurrent vitreal hemorrhages.

Clinical findings in Eales disease are characterized by avascular areas in the retina periphery, followed posteriorly by microaneurysms, dilatation of capillary channels, tortuosity of neighboring vessels, and spontaneous chorioretinal scars. It is a diagnosis of exclusion, as many other retinal disorders can mimic Eales disease, especially conditions of retinal inflammation or neovascularization.

The pathophysiology of Eales disease is mostly unknown. Eales disease is believed to be a primary, noninflammatory disorder of the walls of peripheral retinal vessels, namely the shunt vessels.

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      • Ashish Kumar says:

        Dear Sir / Mam,

        Its been 10 months since I have been diagnosed with retina issue. Initially the doctor said that it is CSR and started treating me for CSR. After 2 months since I did not see any improvement, they did some tests and said that it is IPCV. Then i was suggested eylea injections. Even after 2 injections of eylea, when I was not feeling better, I changed my doctor. This doctor told me that I am actually suffering from eales disease. Please suggest what should be the course of action in case i want to go for homeopathy. Is there any cure of eales disease in homeopathy. Please suggest

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        • Sam says:

          Ealse disease is curable?

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