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What causes the pond ripple effect in field of vision ?

What causes me to see what i can best describe as a pond ripple effect in my field of vision? it can be round but not a smooth edge, or it can be more jagged. it usually starts as a small spot, then enlarges until it goes away. the line creates a distortion in my field of vision, but otherwise, i seem to feel fine. this happens occasionally and some times, for several days in a row then stops for a while.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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this can be floaters. which is seen due to vitreous degeneration. get your refraction done and complete evaluation of posterior segment of eye.
Answered: Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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