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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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There is a less than 2 percent risk that a patient could suffer retinal detachment in the 20 years following cataract surgery. However, complications with the vitreous gel during the surgery increase this risk, particula... More »

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Patients with hemophilia have a higher risk of bleeding in the vitreous gel of the eye after vitrectomy surgery. However, ophthalmologists can minimize the risk of bleeding in hemophiliacs by giving the patient clotting ... More »

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Possible side effects immediately following lens implant surgery include light sensitivity, a feeling that something is in the eye, hazy vision and bloodshot eyes, and long-term risks include vision loss, vision abnormal... More »

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Common vision symptoms include blurred vision, flashing lights, floaters and an inability to distinguish between colors, according to WebMD. Additional symptoms include difficulty with vision tests and uncoordinated move... More »

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The treatment for retinal detachment typically involves surgery in conjunction with photocoagulation and cryopexy, as noted by the Mayo Clinic. The three possible surgical procedures include pneumatic retinopexy, scleral... 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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