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How can retinal detachment be successfully treated?

My father,65,retinal-detachment-surgery has done too times one by gas then by oil.oil is present since 3 month.doctors says that after remove oil it is confirm wether retina is attach or again deattach (due to a bubble that he appear in eye)if deattch then again operation is required what can i do this time??
Thu, 16 Oct 2014
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the doctor has rightly advised. follow up is to be done. result depends on reattachment of retina. so if it is not attached followup action is to be taken. you can take second expert opinion.
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