Can you tell me about retina detachment, can you help me?

Usually treatable. The photoactive retina sits on a nutritional tissue behind it. Detachment occurs when fluid gets between the two and the retina suffers from lack of sustenance. Causes include trauma, spontaneous holes and tears, and some congenital problems. If you have dozens of floaters, many light flashes and a dimming of vision, then gets yours eye seen by an ophthalmologist.