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An epiretinal membrane is a thin sheet of tissue that can grow on the macula, according to the Eye Institute. It can lead to vision issues due to its film-like consistency. More »

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The macula has the highest concentration of cones in the eye. Most of the detailed vision comes through the work of the macula. More »

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The macula is a small and highly sensitive part of the retina that is responsible for sharp central vision needed to do daily tasks such as reading, driving and distinguishing colors or details. The macula is about five ... More »

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An epiretinal membrane over the macular area means that scar tissue has developed of the macula of the eye, according to the National Institutes of Health. The macula is the center of the retina and is responsible for th... More »

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