Retinitis Pigmentosa as seen in Nidi imaging…by Sari Grove
While examining the back of the eye, of someone with Retinitis Pigmentosa, I noticed the marker called Aurum, a blood pressure marker, was exceedingly high…
The Lavender areas in the Nidi edited picture below are Aurum, a high blood pressure, hypertension marker..,
I confirmed the finding from the person, that indeed they suffered from hypertension..,
Then I checked for studies historically linking hypertension with Retinitis Pigmentosa, & found many, as well as other links that explained hypertensive retinopathy, and how hypertension in the eye clogged blood vessels which gradually impeded vision..