A patient with scleroderma (progressive systemic sclerosis) who developed central retinal vein occlusion is described. The aetiology of this condition is discussed and the role of possible sclerodermatous vascular disease is highlighted. It is suggested that studies of fundal vasculature could be useful in the clinical assessment of sclerodermatous vascular disease.
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