Patients and Methods
Abbreviations and Acronyms:CRAO (central retinal artery occlusion), CRVO (central retinal vein occlusion), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), RAO (retinal artery occlusion), TIA (transient ischemic attack)
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Grant Support: The work was supported in part by a grant (K.D.C., J.J.C.) from VitreoRetinal Surgery Foundation , Minneapolis, MN, and an unrestricted grant (J.J.C., J.S.P.) to the Department of Ophthalmology by Research to Prevent Blindness , Inc., New York, NY. These funding organizations had no role in the design or conduct of this research.
Potential Competing Interests: Dr Pulido serves as a board member of LAgen Laboratories and owns stocks of LAgen Laboratories. The other authors report no competing interests.