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Recently had septicemia which resulted in vision problem. Blood clots behind eyes. Can it be cured?

My mother has recently had septiceamia and it has resulted in a problem with her eyesight. She has just seen a specialist but he was for cateracts not this problem so could not tell her if she will get her sight back. He said there were little blood clots or burst blood vessles behind the eye. Have you heard if this is repairable? Thank you
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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Your mother has suffered from septic thrombosis of various vessels. There are hardly any definitive options for treating such cases.The prognosis in such cases is a bit poor.
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