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what are the causes of temporary loss peripheral vision?

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Dr. David Kira
20 years experience Ophthalmology
May be serious: Temporary vision loss in the periphery is usually due to migraines or occasionally low blood pressure. Regardless, any type of vision loss should be investigated. Things which are concerning but persist include retinal detachments, retinal vascular disease and glaucoma.
Answered on Sep 28, 2016
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