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Had surgery in eye following an accident. Having blurry vision, fluid build up in eye. Suggestions?

Dear Dr. last year I got car accident and due to that my head hit the front glass of the car since I forgot to use safety built unfortunately. my retina in right eye got detachment and bleeding and the eye got cataract . I did surgery and still following up my treatment with my Dr. but my vision has problem and it is still blur .Recently I saw a white fluid little bit in my eye. May I know what it would be and what I should do? Regards, Saeid
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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From the history what you have written it is clear that you have injury to the eye following which you had retinal detachment and cataract, for which you have undergone surgery.
Regarding your first question regarding improvement in vision, it depends on the treatment of retinal detachment and whether it involved the macula or not. Many factors are involved in this hence nature of injury surgical course after treatment, hence more history and facts are required to tell about visual prognosis.
Regarding second question, white fluid in the eye, it is not related to your preexisting eye condition it may be because of common infections like conjunctivitis. This can be treated by antibiotic eye drops.
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Answered: Sat, 20 Jul 2013
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