Retinal detachment

What is Retinal detachment?

Retinal detachment is a disorder of the eye in which the retina peels away from its underlying layer of support tissue.

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can i cause a retinal detachment by blowing my nose too hard , if i have a bad cold and blow my nose i feel pressure in the eye , can this cause...

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The common causes of retinal detachment include

1. Age-induced posterior vitreous detachment
2. Bleeding in or under the retina
3. Extreme...

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My father is having blood pressure since last 4 years. because of that his vision has decreased. his age is 51. doctors told its BRVO. How to cure...

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branch vein occlusion occurs due to blockage at a v crossing by hardened artery,the visual loss is managable in...

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Hello Doctor, i have congenital cataract and i lost vision in my left eye due to retinal detachment 8 years ago...i came across stem cell research...

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stemcell aplication is still in experimental stage. for your problem stem cell aplication is not possible.

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