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How can a detached retina be treated?

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Posted on Sat, 16 Jun 2018
Question: I think I have a detached retina in my right eye. I had one in my left a little over two years ago. The lower
right quadrant seems occluded.
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Answered by Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash (7 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Should see the image of retina to diagnose occlusion & consult eye doctor.

Detailed Answer:
Provide details of the left eye diagnosis and findings. Better to consult eye doctor for fundus examination and diagnose the condition. It can be arterial or venous occlusion but it will effect visual acuity on affected part. Visual acuity should be tested and occlusion is to be diagnosed by eye doctor. it is generally occlusion by thrombus. Darpin or lowprin is to be taken. Flourocin angiography should be done and block can be detected.
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How can a detached retina be treated?

Brief Answer: Should see the image of retina to diagnose occlusion & consult eye doctor. Detailed Answer: Provide details of the left eye diagnosis and findings. Better to consult eye doctor for fundus examination and diagnose the condition. It can be arterial or venous occlusion but it will effect visual acuity on affected part. Visual acuity should be tested and occlusion is to be diagnosed by eye doctor. it is generally occlusion by thrombus. Darpin or lowprin is to be taken. Flourocin angiography should be done and block can be detected.