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... wavy lines and the occasional bit of debris. This is normal and your brain eventually adjusts so you can ignore them. The only problem that can occur is if the retina and the vitreous bubble don't seperate cleanly, if the retina gets caught for some reason it can tear. ... (13 replies)
... The whitish membrane is likely some vitreous left sticking to the ILM. Peeling the ILM would remove three things, this whitish vitreous, the scarred surface of the ILM and thirdly, relieve the puckering traction on the retina. ... (79 replies)
... As for the dyes they use in ILM peels, yes, most are toxic to the retina depending on concentration used. ... (79 replies)

... but there appears to be a layer still left in front of the visual field. This layer is scarred on its surface, kind of like light grey gum was sticking to a sheet of glass, or like small spiderweblike patches of frost on a windowpane. ... (79 replies)
... They probably referred you to a retina specialist if you're diabetic, for a laser treatment to stop a tiny blood vessel from bleeding? ... (3 replies)
... reports from other patients. I didn't file any, but have felt really really bad about the experience and was very relieved to find that my Retina specialist could do my capsulotomies and my vitrectomies. ... (37 replies)
... piece and maybe would have interfered with my retina doctor's work but I'll never find glasses that are exactly right, and she says she was stupid. ... (27 replies)
Cataract surgery
Nov 12, 2006
... The consent form is very scary, as they all are, and I imagine the one for the Yag procedure will be too. The Retina specialists I'd trust most don't do Yags, supposed to be a minor thing done in the office like the steroid injections. ... (107 replies)
Cataract surgery
Nov 11, 2006
... He says the edges of your implant are scarred into place by 6 mo. and even if no capsule were left, the implant would stay in place. I'll bet it could sag or SOMETHING, right? ... (107 replies)
... Ronko. What's up with teenagers today? I'm surprised at the number of them on this board who say they have anxiety disorder. You're probably more obsessive than paranoid, but whichever it is, that's beyond my limited expertise. All I can say is, in spite of what our mothers said about poking our eyes out, very few people do. I can answer your medical question only in a... (4 replies)
... Every year the dr tells me her eyes are getting worse. We always leave crying. I keep hoping for a cure but as of right now there is none. I was told that the retina is scarred and the nerves are to small to work with. I hope this didnt bore anyone, its the first time I have gotten it out of my system. ... (1 replies)
... When you say operation, are you refering to having a torn retina sealed by laser? ... (6 replies)




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