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Ryan warren


08/30/2012

What are causes of Retina Detachment?

i have myopia and i heard people with high myopia are prone to get Retina Detachment. I want to know why people with high myopia are prone to get Retina Detachment and what are reasons of Retina Detachment?
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  • walgreensunder

    08/30/2012

    There are many causes of retina detachment. Commonly, retina detachment often occurs to people with trauma, advanced diabetes as well as inflammatory disorder. Besides,If there are sagging or shrinkage of the jelly-like vitreous that fills the inside of your eye, you may also in high risks of retina detachments.
  • Katelyn owen

    08/30/2012

    As we all known, retina is the core part for eyes. It's dangerous for people if the retinal detachment. It occurs when the light-sensing layer inside eyes, the retina detaches from the blood vessels. Although the exact cause of retinal detachment is still unknown, it's always associated with aging. And some signs would cause retinal detachment as well. When your eyes get injury, which injury retina easily and cause detachment. Or when your see the inside or beside of retina is bleeding, which is a sing of detachment. Furthermore, the extreme myopia would detach retina.
  • eatmyhartout

    09/03/2012

    First, you should know that there are many reasons which can lead to retinal detachment, such as Tears or holes in the retina, or Traction on the retina, Fluid buildup under the retina. Most cases of retinal detachment begin when the vitreous gel fills the center of the eye shrinks and separates from the retina. Also there are some typical symptoms which you can remember in case. When there are some floaters in your field of vision, or flashes of light and sparks exist when you move your eyes or head. In this situation, you'd better pay more attention to it.
  • Rebecca

    01/13/2015

    Retinal detachment can occur as a result of:
    1. Shrinkage or contraction of the vitreous (VIT-ree-us) %u2014 the gel-like material that fills the inside of your eye. This can create tugging on the retina and a retinal tear, leading to a retinal detachment.
    2. Injury
    3. Advanced diabetes
    4. An inflammatory eye disorder
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