Hypertensive Retinopathy with Cotton Wool Spot
Hypertensive retinopathy occurs when the blood vessels supplying blood to the retina in the back of the eye become damaged. Over time, high blood pressure can cause damage to the blood vessels of the back of the eye, limit the retina’s function, and put pressure on the optic nerve, causing vision problems. This condition is called hypertensive retinopathy.
Control the blood pressure and see the eye doctor regularly.