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A retinal detachment can be caused by an injury to the eye or a disease that affects the eye, such as diabetic retinopathy. Injury or inflammation causes the retina at the back of the eye to pull away from the support ti... More »

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Treatment options for retinal detachment include air or gas injections, eye surface indentation and fluid drainage, Mayo Clinic reports. No treatments or surgeries are guaranteed to completely restore vision after a deta... More »

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The most common cause of retinal detachment is a tear in the retina due to injury or disease. A buildup of tissue between the retina and the vitreous gel and fluid buildup beneath the retina can also cause retinal detach... More »

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Retinal separation, or detachment, occurs when part of the interior lining at the back of the eye, known as the retina, breaks away from the underlying tissue, Medical News Today states. Depending on the type of detachme... More »

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Signs and symptoms of a retinal detachment include blurred vision, a partial loss of vision, the sudden presence of numerous floaters in the visual field, and flashes of light when looking to the side, according to Healt... More »

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Retinal bleeding has an occurrence rate of seven cases per 1,000 people, making it one of the most common causes of decreased vision, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology. People with untreated diabetes are... More »

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Retinal degeneration or macular degeneration is a name for a group of degenerative diseases that affects the retinal pigment epithelium, which is the small, central portion of the retina of the eye that deteriorates and ... More »

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