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Austin, Texas, 78731
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Retina Specialist in Austin, TX
The gel-like substance fills the back portion of the eye, referring to the removal of the vitreous humor.
Flashes are caused as the gel in the back of the eye begins to separate from the retina, while Floaters are small specks and dots that you see in your field of vision.
The leading cause of visual loss in older adults.
Macular edema refers to fluid build-up or swelling of the retinal tissues that make up the macula.
The central area of the retina, and responsible for the vision needed for things such as reading, driving, or quick eye movement activities.
A retinal detachment is commonly the result of a retinal tear and is a condition where the tissues of the retina separate from the back of the eye.
This condition involves a blockage of blood to the retina.