How do you treat optic nerve trauma? I had a detached retina surgery in 2003 and and then macular pucker surgery in 2010. I believe it was caused by the macular pucker surgery. My central vision in the affected eye is lost. I am not diabetic and have no hypertension problem. There are no other chronic diseases. I am 65 years old.
Hello It seems from the history that you had a surgery for retinal detachment and macular pucker. The treatment depends on the status of retina. This requires evaluation by tests like B scan and optical coherence tomography. Based on the results of these tests the treatment can be planned and prognosis depends on these test results. Hence I advice you to consult your doctor for examination and treatment accordingly.
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