Retina

What is Retina?

Retina is part of the eyeball, it is a layer at the back of the eyeball that contains cells sensitive to light, which trigger nerve impulses that pass through the optic nerve to the brain.

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Yes. Yesterday afternoon suddenly I noticed a light flash in my right eye when I turned my head to back out fo the driveway. And from then on every...

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Brief Answer:
Flashes

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These are flashes of light occurring due to certain...

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I had a torn retina repaired about 6 months ago. I am in Flagstaff, AZ where the altitude is 7,000 feet and my vision seems blurry. I am...

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Brief Answer:
No effect of altitude

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7000 feet is not an altitude where you can start...

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I have been onHydroxychoroquine Sulfatee and read that it will affect my eyes. I have a problem with light sensitivity. It says that it can hurt...

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Brief Answer:
Retinal examination required.

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The retinal examination is mandatory in...

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