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Patients who suffer from a branch vein occlusion generally notice a gradual improvement in their vision as the hemorrhage resolves. Because the macula is often affected, recovery from a central vein occlusion is more difficult. It is important for follow-up care to be given in either of these cases to treat any complications. If areas of the retina have been oxygen-deprived, laser surgery may be used to prevent the growth of delicate vessels that could break, bleed or cause glaucoma.