Tips & tricks: vitrectomy in cilioretinal artery sparing CRAO
We present here a case of an 83-year-old lady who came to us with a complaint of sudden painless vision loss in the right eye for 4 days. On examination, CRAO with cilioretinal artery sparing was noted in the right eye with visual acuity as HM+. The left eye had total corneal opacity with no perception of light. In a view of the one-eyed condition we planned a vitrectomy for the right eye. Post-op 3 month, there was a functional improvement in visual acuity from HM+ to 6/12, N10.