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Can choroidal vasculopathy re-occur in a hypertensive person?

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67 yrs Male with Left Eye AMD with SRNVM , Choroidal vasculopathy, Primary Telangiectasia - Injection Macugen given intravitreal in yr 2006 , Hypertension, right now completely fine , pls suggest the probability of recurrence of problem, complications and future treatment required for above disease what is the recommended test
Fri, 1 Jun 2018 in Vision and Eye Disorders
Answered by Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash 16 hours later
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hypertensive profile should be done choroidal vasculopathy be checked.

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consult eye doctor for examination and follow up. may be now it will be completely alright hypertensive profile may be done. continue recomanded treatment with restricted salt dieat. serum cholesterol and lipid profile may be done. be physicaly active and take regular morning other investigation is required.recomanded treatment should be continued regularity of treatment with dieat control and regular physical activity.probability of recurrence will always be there followup by eye doctor be done. mmr vac cination should be done.
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