Retina and Retinal Detachment


Retina and Retinal Detachment is an emergency when part of the eye (the retina) pulls away from supportive tissue. Retinal detachment is an emergency. Tissue at the back of the eye pulls away from a layer of blood vessels that provide necessary oxygen and nourishment. The appearance of many bits of debris (floaters), sudden flashes of light or a shadow in the vision field are symptoms. Prompt medical treatment can often save vision in the eye.



 


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