- Includes intimal thickening due to smooth muscle cell migration, hyaline deposits in subendothelium, degeneration (moth-eaten atrophy and necrosis) of medial smooth muscle cells, recanalization and obstruction
- Also thrombotic occlusion or narrowing of choroidal artery in patients with hypertension and diabetes mellitus and either chronic azotemia or renal insufficiency
- References: Hum Pathol 1988;19:99
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