Malignant hypertension symptoms

Q: What constitutes malignant hypertension and what are the symptoms? I recently lost most sight in one eye due to retina scarring from a vein occlusion. Does hypertension play a role in this?

A: Malignant hypertension is very high blood pressure with swelling of the optic nerve. Blurred vision is one of the key symptoms. Uncontrolled blood pressure certainly is a factor in this condition. For more complete information on this topic click here.

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