Retinoschisis

What is Retinoschisis?

Retinoschisis is an eye disease characterized by the abnormal splitting of the retina's neurosensory layers, usually in the outer plexiform layer, resulting in a loss of vision.

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I have wavy white lines in very top of my visual field. I also alternatively have "bubbling" white lights. None of these lights are like bolts of...

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The less common causes like opacities and after images need to be ruled out

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Hi I am 48 year old and diabetic for last 5 years. I had undrgone vitreoctomy for detached retina last year and after six months of surgery had IOL...

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Bad vision is due to retinal detachment.
Diabetes also worsens the vision by causing Diabetic retinopathy.
YAG laser will coagulate the...

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I have wavy white lines in very top of my visual field . I also alternatively have "bubbling" white lights. None of these lights are like bolts of...

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Hi I am 48 year old and diabetic for last 5 years. I had undrgone vitreoctomy for detached retina last year and after six months of surgery had IOL...

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