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... guess it's better to be safe than sorry but I more so wonder if it was necessary just because she told me it looked like it healed itself. It makes me wonder if the doctors do this with the patient's best interest or if there's other factors going on. Thanks for your input. I appreciate it! ... (2 replies)
... Yes. I had this done 10 years ago due to a retinal tear and I also saw the spot you mention. It was scar tissue and caused by the laser. ... (2 replies)
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... Yes, the victeromy surgery was deemed a success, as it resolved the initial problem. However, in doing so, it created another one, called macular edema. This caused my vision to deteriorate even more than before the surgery. ... (12 replies)
... I had vitrectomy surgery 2 yrs ago due to Macular Pucker. The surgeon removed four layers of macula that was attached to my retina, causing it to pull, bleed and swell. Operation was a success in that regard. ... (12 replies)
... At my most recent eye test my optician told me that she found a slight scar on my retina in my right eye and so she gave me a letter to give to my doctor so he can arrange for me to go to hospital to have it properly checked out there. ... (3 replies)
... Is the scar inside your eye on the retina or on the front of your eye on the cornea? ... (5 replies)
... contacts and my optomertrist saw a scar on my retina. I wasn't worried at the time because I thought it was the same thing an eye specialist saw 7 years ago, however my optomertrist got the old record and apparently this scar is different. ... (5 replies)
... This sounds like myopic macular degeneration. It's different from the more common macular degeneration that is caused by aging. ... (12 replies)
... First let me say that I will be surprised if anyone knows what I am talking about. It's been 12 years since I had the surgery to "fix" this, but I am still curious. ... (0 replies)
... Sorry you're having further problems, but always good to see you back on the boards. ... (6 replies)
... especially on your eyes. I can speak to the cataract part of your question. Hopefully someone else can give you input on the retina surgery. ... (6 replies)
... the scar is on my retina, but on the periphery so it doesn't affect my vision, if it was in the centre of my retina I would have a blind spot. ... (5 replies)
... I was wondering if after the operation the scar tissue will actually grow back, also, if there is something natural, foods I could eat which might disolve the scar tissue. The scar tissue is like a thin cellophane. ... (6 replies)
... While wintering in Puerto Vallarta I discovered a small shadow in my left eye. A local ophthalmologist told me the next day that I had a detached retina. ... (0 replies)
... I know what you're talking about with the extensive research...I've done the same. My personality type makes me want to understand it all, not just listen to the brief explanations the Dr. gives me. It is overwhelming though. ... (18 replies)
... I had Vitrectomy for scar tissue on my macula, but no buckle or gas or anything special. I had distortion before surgery and after, due to the retina's mountainous configuration from being tugged at by the scar tissue. ... (2 replies)
... I can tell you that my distortion has improved slightly through the year as my retina swelling improved slightly. My retina sp. says at this time my retina swelling will probably always remain at this increased thickness because it has been a year since Vitrectomy. ... (2 replies)
... and have never had any eye or head injuries. Last Thursday I was diagnosed with a chronic detached retina, meaning that the retina could have been detached for YEARS and iv had no symptoms up until recently! ... (3 replies)
... are normal after surgery. He said since I had surgery done on the same eye that had surgery 8 months ago, it takes time to heal. The lst surgery was a victrectomy in June 2011 and the 2nd one was cataract surgery Feb 2012. ... (18 replies)

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