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- Purtscher retinopathy is a retinal vasculopathy most commonly caused by head or chest trauma. The most frequent signs include white ischemic infarcts (cotton-wool spots) and retinal hemorrhages (intraretinal, preretinal, or flame). The signs of ischemic vasculopathy predominate in the interpapillomacular zone. We report a case of a 31-year-old woman with sudden bilateral loss of vision caused by Purtscher retinopathy in acute alcoholic pancreatitis.
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