Today, I want to check the ophthalmology. I just want to ask if there are any problems with such eyes and whether there are any preventive measures
Hello, according to the condition information and pictures you provided, the abnormal part shown is the tortuous thickening of blood vessels caused by long-term hypertension, and the proportion of blood vessels is slightly abnormal. Manifestations of fundus lesions consistent with hypertension. The current treatment is still based on the control of blood pressure. Chronic fundus hemorrhage may be caused if it is not noticed for a long time.
The main reason is that in terms of fundus examination, it can be found that the arteries become thinner, that is, there may be arteriosclerosis, which has no good treatment. Of course, the main preventive measure is to ensure that the blood pressure is within the normal range.
Hello. From the three examination reports you sent, we can see that no obvious abnormalities are found, but your history of hypertension is relatively long. This requires dilating the pupils to check the fundus of the eyes, because a long time of hypertension will cause hypertensive retinopathy, and if it is serious, it will cause obvious visual loss.