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How does one develop vitreous degeneration?
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Dr. Ilan Cohen
Ophthalmology
In brief: Changes with age
As we age, the vitreous (the gel inside the eye) breaks down and transitions from a more solid state to a more liquid state.
As this happens, patients often begin to see an increasing number of floaters in the vision. Any flashes of light warrant a consultation with an eye doctor.

In brief: Changes with age
As we age, the vitreous (the gel inside the eye) breaks down and transitions from a more solid state to a more liquid state.
As this happens, patients often begin to see an increasing number of floaters in the vision. Any flashes of light warrant a consultation with an eye doctor.
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