Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 17 pp 21659—21670

Alternation of brain intrinsic activity in patients with hypertensive retinopathy: a resting-state fMRI study

Typical examples of fundus camera and fluorescence fundus angiography in healthy people and patients with Hypertensive retinopathy. (A and C) of Figure 1 shows the left retinal fundus photos and corresponding fluorescence fundus angiography of healthy people. (B and D) of Figure 1 shows the left retinal fundus photos and fluorescence fundus angiography of patients with hypertensive retinopathy. Retinal arteriosclerosis, stenosis, wall light reflection enhancement, silver filiform, artery and vein cross compression phenomenon, the distal vein and capillary dilatation, retinal edema, bleeding and exudation.

Figure 1. Typical examples of fundus camera and fluorescence fundus angiography in healthy people and patients with Hypertensive retinopathy. (A and C) of Figure 1 shows the left retinal fundus photos and corresponding fluorescence fundus angiography of healthy people. (B and D) of Figure 1 shows the left retinal fundus photos and fluorescence fundus angiography of patients with hypertensive retinopathy. Retinal arteriosclerosis, stenosis, wall light reflection enhancement, silver filiform, artery and vein cross compression phenomenon, the distal vein and capillary dilatation, retinal edema, bleeding and exudation.