A perfused, milder type of central retinal vein occlusion, where the main central retinal vein, posterior to the optic nerve’s cribosa, is occluded. Characteristics include a slight or no pupillary defect, mild visual changes, and good visual acuity. It is common in older people and can worsen and progress to ischemic or nonperfused.

Also Known As

  • Venous Statis Retinopathy