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Giant retinal tear
Mar 25, 2014
... Hello. This is my first post, i was diagnosed with a giant retinal tear last September 2013. I was in Belgium at the time, i woke up on Thursday morning with lots of floaters in my right eye. ... (0 replies)
... I had a Retinal Tear Laser Surgery by a vitreoretinal surgeon two weeks ago referred by my eye doctor. In the follow up checkup a week ago he said everything is fine. ... (0 replies)
... Anyway, get to an eye specialist and get it checked. Cataract surgery is not nearly as bad as retina surgery. ... (3 replies)

... I had retinal surgery to close the tear in my retina through the "freezing technique" that fuses the tear together by creating a small amount of scarring. The surgeon also attached a scleral buckle. 2. ... (3 replies)
Retinal tear
Oct 13, 2012
... I'm recovering from laser surgery of a retinal tear. ... (2 replies)
... What is the best way to take care of your eye after laser surgery for a retinal tear? ... (0 replies)
Retinal Tear
Jun 1, 2005
... Yes, it made me feel better to know the doc had the experience of having a retinal tear. He mention some folks have surgery to remove the floaters. He also said it was surgery that could go wrong... said he wasn't about to let his buddy do the surgery on him. ... (4 replies)
Retinal Tear
May 29, 2005
... Hi LeLu, I had a retinal tear in my eye last May, with the blood floating around, too. ... (4 replies)
Retinal tear
Oct 31, 2013
... s 2 detach on left eye with an additional detachment that stopped 'naturally' sometime ago. Right eye had a massive retina tear. Scheduled for the next available surgery being 2 days later. ... (2 replies)
Retinal tear
Sep 30, 2013
... My doctor says these are blood debris in my vitrious due to the tear and should resolve in few weeks, but they are really in my way in everything I do and am losing hope by the day that they will ever go. ... (2 replies)
... or retinal detachmnent. It happened with my left eye. I hope after the cataract sx. in both eyes you start seeing much better, and don't have to go through any vit. sx. Pl. ... (66 replies)
... Although I may be late with my reply I may be able to help with your question about floaters and retinal detachment. ... (13 replies)
... Two weeks later I had a flash of light in my peripheal vision in the other eye. I went back for a follow up and had her look at both eyes. She found a hole and a tear in the eye she did two weeks ago and also a tear in the other. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, I too have recently had a very painful laser treatment by the Ophthalmologist, in order to seal a retinal tear and stop the hemorrhaging in the eye due to prior cryo treatment. He said he had to use 5x the normal laser intensity because of my dense catatact. ... (2 replies)
... dr has experience looking for tears or detachments. If your retina had detached, you would not see improvement in what you are seeing. Believe me. I've had 4 retinal detachments and 1 retinal tear. ... (120 replies)
... Can you have a hemorrhage without a retinal tear or detachment? ... (120 replies)
Retinal Tear
May 28, 2005
... I had emergency lacer surgery yesterday to repair a tear. ... (4 replies)
... No lens implant for me though, as back then they were pretty new and weren't done on 30 years olds. Last May, my left retina had a hemmorhage and subsequent retinal tear, folllowed with laser surgery. ... (2 replies)
... detaching from the retina through a retinal tear or hole, as opposed to floaters which are usually more hairlike with a dot at one end. ... (7 replies)
... But to tell you the truth, my mom with a history of one successful gas vitrectomy in the other eye took this surgery very lightly. She didnt posture strictly, not even in the first 15 days. ... (18 replies)


Associated Tags: amblyopia, double vision, erm, retina detachment, retina tear, vitrectomy

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