Vein Occlusion

Vein Occlusion occurs when the veins carrying blood from the retina back to the heart are obstructed. A Vein Occlusion can cause leaking of blood into the eye and vision loss.

Risks factors for Vein Occlusion include: cigarette smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, Glaucoma, diabetes and other eye conditions.

At Fraser Eye Care Center and the Eye Care Center of Port Huron our doctors and staff thoroughly test all patients’ vision, dilate their pupils and examine each eye using state-of-the-art technology. If Vein Occlusion is a possibility, there are several additional tests that can be performed to diagnosis the existence and severity of Vein Occlusion.

Treatment depends on the cause of the blockage and the extent of damage. The ophthalmologists at Fraser Eye Care Center and the Eye Care Center of Port Huron care about their patients will thoroughly review all options and treatments available for individuals with Vein Occlusion.