Table 1

Demographics and clinical characteristics of recurred retinal artery occlusion (RAO) in the same eye

Case No12345
Age (years)50–5575–8050–5465–7055–60
SexFemaleMaleFemaleFemaleMale
LateralityRightLeftLeftRightRight
Diabetes mellitusNoNoYesNoYes
HypertensionYesYesNoYesYes
DyslipidaemiaNoNoNoYesNo
Heart diseaseNoNoNoNoNo
Vasculitis labNon-specificNon-specificNon-specificNon-specificNon-specific
First event
 Symptom onset to arrival time (hours)1024161120
 Initial BCVA20/20020/200FCFCFC
 DiagnosisIncomplete CRAO (superior hemi-CRAO)Incomplete CRAOComplete CRAOIncomplete CRAO (OAO)Complete CRAO
 Intra-arterial thrombolysisNoNoYesYesNo
Recurrence
 Duration from first occurrence (months)12121
 Recurred BCVAHMFCHMFCHM
 DiagnosisComplete CRAOComplete CRAOComplete CRAOComplete CRAO (OAO)Complete CRAO
 Intra-arterial thrombolysisNoNoNoYesNo
 Brain MRA
 TFCA
No steno-occlusive lesionsNo steno-occlusive lesionsLeft proximal ICA stenosis and occlusion (30%)Right proximal ICA and ophthalmic artery stenosis (50%)Right proximal ICA stenosis and occlusion (40%)
Final
 Follow-up period (months)1296161236
 Final VAHMFCLPFCHM
 Further cerebrovascular-cardiovascular eventsNoneNoneNoneNoneStroke
  • BCVA, best corrected visual acuity ; CRAO, central retinal artery occlusion ; FC, finger count ; HM, hand motion ; ICA, internal carotid artery; LP, light perception; MRA, magnetic resonance angiography ; OAO, ophthalmic artery occlusion; TFCA, transfemoral cerebral angiography ; VA, visual acuity.