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If you have thin spots on your retina, are there symptoms?
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Dr. Jack Sipperley
Ophthalmology
In brief: Usually not
Thin areas in the retina (lattice degeneration) is usually asymptomatic unless there is vitreous traction on the tissue which may cause flashing lights (photopsias).

In brief: Usually not
Thin areas in the retina (lattice degeneration) is usually asymptomatic unless there is vitreous traction on the tissue which may cause flashing lights (photopsias).
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