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Vision loss can occur suddenly, know the 4 symptoms

Written By Hanny & Melissa on Saturday, April 27, 2019 | Saturday, April 27, 2019

Eye disease due to the release of a thin layer in the eye called the Retina is Retinal Ablation. This condition is classified as an emergency and can cause permanent blindness, if not treated immediately.

Retinal of the eye is an important part that functions to process light captured by the eye. After being captured, the light is converted into an electrical signal and transmitted to the brain.

This signal is then processed in the brain and interpreted as an image seen by the eye. If the retinal detaches from its position, of course vision will be disrupted.

This visual impairment can occur partially or completely, depending on how much the retina is released. Retinal detachment can occur in anyone, especially people aged 50 years and over.

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Retinal Ablation disease or retinal detachment does not cause pain. Vision loss can occur suddenly, or preceded by a number of symptoms of virility:

1. Black spots appear that float in sight (Floaters).
2. Blurred vision or covered by shadows like curtains.
3. Narrow viewing field.
4. Flashes of light on vision (Fotopsia).


Retinal detachment occurs when the retina of the eye detaches from the blood vessels that deliver oxygen and nutrients.

The following are conditions that can cause the retinal to detach, taking:

1. There is a small tear in the retinal.

- This tear makes the fluid in the center of the eyeball (Vitreous) seep in and accumulate behind the retina. Fluid that accumulates will make the entire retinal layer detach from the base.

- In general, tears in the retina of the eye occur due to changes in tissue as you age. People with minus eyes (Nearsightedness) or have had cataract surgery are also at risk of experiencing tears in the retinal.

2. The accumulation of the vitreous without a tear in the retinal.

- This condition can be caused by injury, tumors, inflammation, and macular degeneration.

3. Scar tissue forms on the surface of the retina.

This condition makes the retinal attracted and released. This condition is more common in diabetics with poorly controlled blood sugar.


There are a number of factors that increase a person's risk of developing retinal detachment, these levels of risk include:

1. Be over 50 years old.

2. Have experienced retinal detachment.

3. Having family members with the same disease.

4. Have experienced a severe injury to the eye.

5. Suffering from severe myopia.

6. Have had eye surgery, such as cataract surgery.

7. Have suffered eye diseases, such as inflammation in the middle layer of the eye (Uveitis).

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